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Monthly Archives: December 2011
4 more well’s closed around Yongstown! See this breaking news on EcoWatch. You can now read our article about the victory in Youngstown and the recent 4.0 earthquake on the EcoWatch’s national website! Click HERE for the direct link.
Anti-fracking organizers won a victory last Saturday when Youngstown citizens were awoken by rumblings not of Santa’s hoofbeats, but another toxic earthquake from an injection well in their backyard, prompting the well’s closure. As reported in today’s edition of the … Continue reading
CHAINSAWS AGAINST FRACKING: Lycoming County township official blocks road with downed trees to force drilling company to make repairs
By JOHN BEAUGE, The Patriot-News The Patriot-News WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — A supervisor in a small rural township in northern Lycoming County took matters into his own hands when a Marcellus shale drilling company kept using a road it had been … Continue reading
To our Ohio family, We wish you a healthy, frack-free holidays and new year! As 2011 rolls to a close we’ve seen a lot in our fight to ban hydrofracking in Ohio.
December 22nd, YOUNGSTOWN, OH: 7 protesters arrested for blockading trucks containing the highly toxic wastewater produced from hydraulic frackturing on November 30th are on trial in Youngstown. The action was carried out in response to the D&L Energy owned injection … Continue reading
All, The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is calling for a response on proposed Amendments to the laws being drafted about fracking. The letters should be received by ODNR before Dec. 23, 11. Download the letter as a word document. … Continue reading
On December 12th the New York Times ran this article describing the controversy over earthquakes in Youngstown!
Protect Our Air and Water! Support the Fracking Moratorium Bills (SB213 and HB345)! Below is an outline of a sign-on letter petition to lobby Ohio representatives towards supporting the two fracking moratorium bills currently in the Ohio house and senate. … Continue reading
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