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Fracking uses water. Lots of water.

(It also contaminates water.)

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Fracking, Fracking & More (F*cking) Fracking.


Pavillion, WY, resident Louis Meeks’ well water contains methane gas, hydrocarbons, lead and copper, according to the U.S. EPA’s test results. When he drilled a new water well, it also showed contaminants. The drilling company Encana is supplying Meeks with drinking water. Photo credit: Abrahm Lustgarten/ProPublica

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16 Officers Arrest Filmmaker + Fracking Activist Josh Fox for… Practicing Journalism. {Video}


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* I originally wrote this for elephantjournal.com and wanted to share it with you here.

16 officers were sent to arrest Josh Fox while he was in the process of making a documentary film about the influence of oil and gas industry Continue reading

Your Voice Counts: Save The Delaware! {Video}


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The Delaware is the longest undammed river east of the Mississippi, flowing freely for 330 miles as it travels from New York state, through Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware to the Atlantic Ocean.

The Delaware’s 13,539 square mile watershed is only about four-tenths of one percent of the continental U.S. land area, but it supplies water to Continue reading

My Water’s On Fire Tonight | VIDEO


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What the frack is going On?

Photo: JB in Pacifica

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What the frack is fracking? [video]


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For one it’s fracked up.

Photo: GASLAND

Fracking (aka, hydraulic fracturing or industrial gas drilling) is a dangerous way of getting oil and gas and a shortsighted energy strategy. It’s poisoning our air and water Continue reading

Oil and gas industries… toil and trouble.


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There’s something and someone they’d like silenced.

Photo courtesy Gasland | do not try this at home

The documentary film Gasland, which I wrote about last June, has been nominated for an Academy Award, and the oil and gas companies are working around the clock to Continue reading

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