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Protecting Our Rights Isn’t a Pipe Dream

by guest blogger Maya K. van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper Every month, inside the walls of glass and concrete of a Washington, DC, office building, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approves major new pipeline projects, along with the expansion of existing projects, pipeline compressors, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities. They do this seemingly […]

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Examining the Fracking Power of FERC

by guest blogger Maya K. van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper A fast-growing web of interstate pipelines to service the fracked-shale-gas industry is creeping across the nation, capturing communities in its destructive grip. At the center of the web is the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), an agency that is imbued with extraordinary power to impact lives […]

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How a Gas Glut got 100 People Arrested

“Climate Justice-FERC Action Day 1” by Nick Lyell/Flickr, licensed under CC 2.0 by Sam Koplinka-Loehr, community organizer with Clean Air Council “Well, there’s a gas glut right now” is usually not the reason someone ends up in jail. And it definitely isn’t the sexiest reason to end up in jail. Gas glut sounds more like […]

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Coming Soon to a Stove Near You: Radioactive Gas

by guest blogger Harriet Shugarman, executive director and founder of ClimateMama and a mentor and climate leader for the Climate Reality Project In the waning months of 2013, the Spectra Gas Pipeline came “online” in New York City, with scant media coverage. This pipeline has the capability to deliver radioactive gas to the city’s buildings […]

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Climate Change, Fracking, and Our Children’s Health and Future

by guest blogger Harriet Shugarman, executive director and founder of ClimateMama and a mentor and climate leader for the Climate Reality Project I feel like I live in a parallel universe. The much-anticipated United Nations International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report came out on September 27th, with dire warnings about our current […]

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The Other Fracking Problem

by Maya K. van Rossum, Delaware Riverkeeper The natural gas industry and its pipeline partners are constantly assuring us, through commercials on TV and radio, about the safety of their operations: They don’t hurt the environment; they don’t harm public health; they don’t contribute to climate change; they don’t make life in their host communities […]

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How Fracking Affects Your Farmer’s Market

by guest blogger Harriet Shugarman, executive director and founder of ClimateMama and a mentor and climate leader for the Climate Reality Project As we become more careful about what we put into our bodies, options and opportunities to be more health conscious abound: organic, non-GMO, gluten free…the list goes on. Will we soon be adding […]

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A New Weapon in the Fight against Fracking

by guest blogger Maya K. van Rossum. Across the nation, communities are getting active and taking actions that are successfully protecting them from fracking. The key is to take the unsettling things we know about the harms of fracking and to use them to strengthen our resolve and help embolden ourselves and our communities into action. So here’s a new piece of knowledge to help in that endeavor.

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