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Watch a clip from the recently released documentary film "Triple Divide", which discusses the migration of toxic substances from frack water into drinking water supplies. Learn more at the film's website: http://tripledividefilm.org
Check out this March 2013 investigative report by WTAE reporter Jim Parsons: “The Headleys built their house just before the gas-drilling boom hit. They had a chance to buy the gas rights but chose not to. Now, they're sharing their 115-acre farm with the Marcellus Shale industry.”
Watch a clip from the soon-to-be-released documentary film "Triple Divide", which explains how there is often no accountability in the state of Pennsylvania for serious environmental violations committed by the fracking industry. Learn more at the film's website: http://tripledividefilm.org
This video comes from the Oscar-nominated documentary film Gasland. It's an update of the recent disturbing science and experiences of homeowners on the subject of toxic fracking in the Marcellus shale.
Darrell Smitsky of Hickory, PA and Bob Donnan of Peters Township, PA discuss issues with their drinking water after Marcellus Shale drilling began.
Stephanie Hallowich of Hickory, Washington County explains how nearby drilling and fracking operations have threatened her family's health and contaminated their water and air. (From PennEnvironment's “Marcellus Shale Stories”)
Former Canadian drilling employee Maxime Daigle talks about the dangers and contamination and he has seen on frack sites in Canada.
This report by WTAE explains the growing problem of homeowners or prospective buyers being unable to obtain financing for properties near Marcellus gas drilling
Dr. Conrad “Dan” Volz, former director of the Center for Healthy Environments and Communities, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh, discusses the complexities and dangers of Marcellus shale gas drilling and fracking across Pennsylvania. (From Gas Rush Stories, part 3, by Kirsa Jansa)
Gas Rush Stories, part 3: A Public Health Advocate from Kirsi Jansa on Vimeo.
June Chappel of Hopewell Township, Washington County discusses how her neighbors' decision to lease their property for toxic Marcellus shale drilling and fracking affected her quality of life, property value, and peace of mind. (From PennEnvironment's “Marcellus Shale Stories”)
“Heavy Fraffic” from the documentary GROUNDSWELL
Protect Our Parks!Did you know that Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald wants to lease our County Parks for toxic fracking? Read the Open Letter to County Council that SHAADD has signed, and contact your Council Member directly to tell them to protect our parks!
Recommended Viewing – photographs from the Marcellus Shale Documentary Project
Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund
Clean Water Action
Documentary Film: Gasland
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