Today’s gas field technology is not capable of isolating our freshwater aquifers from gas field … Continue reading
By Damascus Citizens for Sustainability, November 20, 2010
Dear General DeLuca:
It is with great interest that we have followed your correspondence with Congressman Maurice Hinchey.
In your letter, dated September 14, 2010, you state, “The federal family of agencies that … Continue reading
Delaware RiverKeeper Network (DRN), and Damascus Citizens for Sustainability (DCS) were co-appellants in a Consolidated Administrative Hearing before a Delaware River Basin Commission [DRBC] Judge.
The following reports were submitted in this hearing and their sworn testimony will forever change the debate. These report have established a record for all … Continue reading
THANK YOU! WORKING TOGETHER WE HAVE STOPPED THE GAS TRAIN . . . FOR NOW!
Delaware’s Gov. Markell and New York’s Gov. Cuomo have stepped off the train; Now it’s time to punch the tickets of the other voting members of the DRBC!
We need to gather together to make … Continue reading
Advocacy group seeks a full environmental impact review for Delaware River Basin Commission prior to adopting any gas development regulations
Seeking to protect the Delaware River Basin and the health of the millions of people who live, work and play in the Basin, … Continue reading
Groups File Suit Against Army Corps and Delaware River Basin Commission Over Gas Drilling Regulations; Lawsuit charges that an analysis must be completed and environmental impacts understood before drilling moves forward in the Delaware River Basin.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — A coalition of concerned nonprofit organizations today … Continue reading
What do the Guggenheim Museum, Boeing, Sunoco, Campbell’s Soup, DuPont, Wawa, Starbucks, Iron Hill Brewery, Philadelphia Eagles, Camelback Ski Area, Pt. Pleasant Canoe Livery, Salem Nuclear Power Plant, and United States Navy all have in common? They all depend … Continue reading
Groups File Federal Gas Drilling Lawsuit against DRBC; Delaware River Basin Commission Served Notice; Federal Circut Judge Assigned to Case – [Court Date To Be Announced]: Honorable Anne E. Thompson.
Lawmakers Cite Previously Undisclosed Diesel Fuel Risks Detailed in New House Energy and Commerce Committee Report
Washington, DC – Congressman Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) and Congressman Rush Holt (NJ-12) today urged the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) to suspend its current natural gas development rulemaking process following … Continue reading
Have Public Servants Charged with Protecting Drinking Water for 15 Million People Sold Out to the Gas Drilling Industry?
Environmentalists are squaring off against the gas drilling industry, but the playing field does not appear to be level.
Over the past decade, 34 states have succumbed to the hazardous and largely unregulated hydraulic fracturing (widely known as “fracking”) of deep shale formations to extract natural gas. … Continue reading