Yellow triangle brigade can claim the credit – our say | Katherine Times

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news, local-news, news, katherine, fracking, gas, editorial Katherine Times’ Editorial We were there in April last year when NT Chief Minister slid into a media room at parliament house in Darwin to announce the moratorium on fracking for gas would be lifted. Like a lot of other people, we thought that would probably be it...

Weekend long read: Fractured communities – the seven-year story of what happened when fracking came to town

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It started with a dead puppy. This prompted nurse and single mother Stacey Haney to investigate whether her family was being poisoned by a shale gas site near her home in rural Pennsylvania. For seven years, journalist Eliza Griswold followed Stacey Haney’s battle with the gas company, Range Resources, in a unique study of the...

Pastoralist upset with fracking go-ahead | Katherine Times

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news, local-news, news, fracking, katherine, gas, origin A pastoralist is taking an energy company to court in an action which raises questions on the NT Government’s fracking approval process. Bullwaddy Pastoral Company, operators of the Amungee Station near Daly Waters, has taken legal action against Origin Energy over what it claims was a lack of...

Alvear volvió a protestar contra el Fracking – Radio 1 Alvear

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Una verdadera enseñanza nos dejaron buena parte de jóvenes alvearenses que en asamblea decidieron pacíficamente manifestarse en contra del Fracking en todo el territorio provincial. Fue un día cargado voces, porque ya desde el martes por la noche los chicos decidieron hacer vigilia durante toda la madrugada en la vera de la ruta, acompañados por...

Dear Progressives for Warren: Your Class Is Showing

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Photograph Source: Senate Democrats – DSC_8923 – CC BY 2.0 Let me begin by making the apparently mandatory and sacrosanct ritual offering to the gods of progressive politics in 2019: “Sure, I like Warren. In fact, I agree with her on many issues. She’s not bad.” There. I said it. Can we do real politics...

Fracking, ports and oil pipeline project worth $77b proposed for west Kimberley – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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A network of oil wells that involve fracking in the Great Sandy Desert, connected by pipelines to new and existing ports, may become Australia’s biggest oil-producing project. Key points: Documents on the website of privately owned Theia Energy, some of which have since been removed, say they have found as much as 57 billion barrels...

Defending our right to protest

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Summary: CSIS is unlawfully monitoring water protectors and climate justice activists, according to BCCLA. This kind of police surveillance is not new, but it is deplorable. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is using public funds to launch a new project within his fossil fuel lobby “War Room” to diminish effective social action for rapid and just...

A Fossil Fuel Baron Just Bought USA Today

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A fossil fuel baron is now an executive at the largest regional newspaper network in the United States. On August 5, Gannett—the owner of USA Today and regional newspapers in cities such as Detroit, Indianapolis, Nashville, Phoenix and Des Moines—merged with GateHouse Media. GateHouse, a digital news network with bureaus in cities such as Austin,...

Pennsylvania is discharging radioactive fracking waste into rivers as landfill leachate, impacting the Chesapeake Bay & Ohio River watersheds

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Edited by Melissa Troutman Originally published by Joshua B. Pribanic and Talia Wiener for Public Herald edited by Melissa Troutman Joey Bacon, 13, stands ready under the Lance Corporal Abram Howard Memorial bridge in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, with his fishing pole cast into the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. Joey spends a lot of time around the River swimming, fishing,...

Environmental groups sue BLM for not conducting environmental reviews in New Mexico fracking permits

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Dine Citizens Against Ruining our Environment, the Sierra Club, WildEarth Guardian, and other environmental and indigenous groups have filed a suit against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for approving over 250 oil and gas drilling permits in New Mexico without conducting any environmental reviews. The groups allege that in the 255 permits approved by...

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