On February 15, 2017, several DCS members made the trip to Washington’s Crossing, PA, to attend a meeting of the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC). We joined with approximately 300 concerned citizens to fill the meeting room and urge the DRBC to implement a permanent ban on fracking in the … Continue reading
By Pinelands Preservation Alliance
We have two critical opportunities in the coming weeks to stem the onslaught of … Continue reading
By Center for Effective Government, January 2016
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And don’t forget about Flint, Michigan.
Over 12,500 facilities in the United States use or store such large quantities of extremely dangerous chemicals that they must submit … Continue reading
By Hannah McKinnon, Oil Change International, October 27, 2015
By Jonathan Deal, Treasure Karoo Action Group, March 15, 2015
The news that Royal Dutch Shell and possibly other global oil and gas players are shifting their focus … Continue reading
By Sam Kusic, Pittsburgh Business Times, October 31, 2014
As The New York Times has it, a consultant told … Continue reading
By Stephen Love, Daily Kos, September 24, 2014 I first left my mother for extended periods of time in the Fall of 1964 when I entered kindergarten. I … Continue reading
New York state-based photographer (and DCS’s own) Brandi Merolla was trying to figure out her next project when she looked around her house. Victorian prints, tiny charms, paintings, vintage postcards, and figurines she collected throughout the years suddenly stood out in … Continue reading
By Kiley Kroh, ClimateProgress, November 14, 2013
Pope Francis created quite a stir this week after he posed for photographs holding up anti-fracking t-shirts following a meeting with a group of Argentinian environmental activists to discuss water and … Continue reading