September 2, 2014

People’s Climate March September 21

Join us in New York City for what is shaping up to be the biggest climate march in history.

Climate March Sept 21The first Earth Day. A million people at the 1982 No Nukes rally in Central Park. The March on Washington in 1968. There are a few moments in the history of … Continue reading

Town of Delaware Methane Baseline Study

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

We would very much like to invite to you to the release of the Town of Delaware Methane Baseline Study at the Delaware Youth Center, in Callicoon, NY, on Sunday, August 24th from noon until 2:00 p.m. The report on the methane baseline study was completed … Continue reading

NYers: Protect Your Family from Radon in Natural Gas

Help advance the “protection of public health from exposure to radon in natural gas act”

Keep the Radon Bill Moving Along!
A Joint Project of Sane Energy and DCS

Bill A6863B-2013 (Relates to the protection of public health from exposure to radon in natural gas; requires continuous monitoring of Continue reading

Petition to Protect PA School Kids from Fracking

Please sign, and pass along, this petition to stop unconventional gas drilling 1/2 mile from 3,200 school children (you can be anywhere)

Protect PA School Kids

Add your name to this petition by MASD Parent Group:

To:
PA DEP Secretary E Christopher Abruzzo, Pennsylvania DEP Secretary
PA DEP Deputy Secretary Scott Perry, Pennsylvania DEP
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Stop the Cove Point LNG Export Facility

For the sake of future generations, Cove Point must be stopped
Opinion by Sarah Bur, The Baltimore Sun, April 8, 2014

Thank you for covering the controversy regarding the proposed Dominion liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility at Cove Point (“Calvert County Cove Point opponents, supporters flood state with Continue reading

Your Pictures Can Help Keep the Delaware River Watershed Frack-Free

Will you take a picture of a special place in the Delaware River Basin that you don’t want destroyed? Or a picture of your family, your friends, your pets, or an important “reason to protect” the Delaware that you are willing to share with the officials at the Delaware River … Continue reading

3 Current Risks from Fracking

Although fracking itself seems to be at a stalemate in New York State, that doesn’t mean that the drillers are at a standstill.  Oil and gas interests are working hard to get the related infrastructure into place: the pipelines, storage facilities, and compressor stations that are essential to bring fracked … Continue reading

Opposition to PA HB 1576 Grows

PFSC, Trout Unlimited, PennFuture, Sierra and PennEnvironment join Game Commission and Fish Commission in Opposing  HB 1576

PFSC, the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs*, spoke out loud and clear at the 9/17 hearing on HB 1576 (a bill which takes power and funding away

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PA Senate Bill 1100: A Moratorium on New Permits for Fracking

PA Senator Jim Ferlo (D-Pittsburgh) announces the introduction of Senate Bill 1100: a moratorium on issuing new permits for hydraulic fracturing
Press Release, September 18, 2013

Pennsylvania residents, write or call your state representatives and tell them to support the Natural Gas Drilling Moratorium Act (Senate Bill 1100)

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Tell the EPA to Investigate Fracking-Related Water Contamination

A message from Lee Ziesche, Gasland Grassroots Coordinator


It’s John Fenton’s story. It’s Scott Ely’s story. It’s Steve Lipsky’s story.

It doesn’t matter if the setting is Pavillion Wyoming, Dimock Pennsylvania or Parker County Texas, we’ve seen the same story of EPA abandonment in key fracking contamination cases play out … Continue reading