Frackland Tour: Virtual Edition
Confronting Public Health Impacts of Shale Gas Development
May 21, 2020
Matthew Mehalik, PhD
Executive Director, Breathe Project
Ned Ketyer, MD, FAAP
AAP Council on Environmental, Health SWPA Environmental Health Project, Physicians for Social Responsibility - PA, Climate Reality Project Leadership Corps
Director, Frackland Tours, SWPA Field Organizer, Clean Air Council
PA & OH Field Advocate, Earthworks
Impacted Pennsylvania Residents
Confronting public health impacts of shale gas development. This event was hosted by EHP Environmental Health Project, and Physicians for Social Responsibility - Pennsylvania.
We had this event hosted over Facebook, the EHP website and the Breathe Project's Youtube Channel.
The button below will take you to the recordings of the event.
Triple Divide [Redacted] Documentary
Live Q&A with the Directors
Health Experts Screening Award-Winning Documentary That Called for a Criminal Investigation of Pennsylvania DEP & EPA.
Physicians for Social Responsibility Pennsylvania (PSR) hosted Triple Divide [Redacted] on May 28th at 7:30 p.m. with directors Joshua Pribanic and Melissa Troutman.
The award-winning documentary on fracking from the news team at Public Herald who published 9,442 unreleased DEP complaint records that led to an Attorney General criminal investigation.
A Conversation with Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Eliza Griswold
Author of Amity and Prosperity
May 27, 2020
Photo | Kathy Ryan
Join us for a discussion with Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist and poet, Eliza Griswold, author of Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America.
A contributing writer to the New Yorker and a Distinguished Writer in Residence at New York University, Eliza will be our guest for a conversation about lessons learned from the book, the lives of those involved and an opportunity for community members to talk about what’s happening now.
Better Path Webinar Series
Chris "PK" DiGiulio
and many more!
Don't miss the Better Path Coalition's new webinar series, Better Path Presents.
The Coalition turned 2 on April 13, 2020 under circumstances we could not have imagined at our kickoff rally in 2018.
We decided to organize monthly webinars to help us stay connected, stay informed, figure out together how to be activists, advocates, and organizers who must work at a safe distance from each other and our targets, and make plans for how we can help shape the new normal.
Each webinar will include information about current actions and events and how you can participate.
Imported Fracked Gas & Ireland's Anti-fracking Movement
The Human Rights Podcast
Sophie Fitzpatrick Cassie Roddy-Mullineaux
Law Clinic Students at the Irish Centre for Human Rights
Safety Before LNG
This episode was created by Colin Carney, Sophie Fitzpatrick and Cassie Roddy-Mullineaux, LLM students in the Human Rights Law Clinic at the Irish Centre for Human Rights. The episode investigates the anti-fracked gas movement in Ireland and on the international stage.
In this episode, Colin, Sophie and Cassie interview Johnny McElligott, a leading member of the North Kerry-based grassroots environmental campaigning group, Safety Before LNG. Johnny informs listeners about his work towards the prevention of the importation of fracked gas into Ireland and the construction of the planned LNG terminal on the Shannon Estuary.
The podcast also includes other voices from the anti-fracked gas movement including those of Brian Cuthbert and Jessie Dolliver, active members of Not Here Not Anywhere. They share their extensive knowledge of the science behind fracked gas and its impacts on human health and the environment. They also share their thoughts on Ireland’s future in terms of ‘energy security’ and the anti-fracked gas movement on a European level.
The students also speak to Tammy Murphy, Medical Advocacy Director for Physicians for Social Responsibility, Pennsylvania, who informs listeners about the harms that fracking inflicts on local communities in the US and explains why the issue is both transnational and urgent.