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Gas Drilling Wastewater in the Monongahela River

The Latest On: Gas Drilling Wastewater in the Monongahela River

October 16, 2013 | Feature

Down to Earth: On the Fracking Frontlines

From the California coast to Maryland ports, Earthjustice is fighting to protect communities and special places from fracking. Listen to an interview with Deborah Goldberg, managing attorney of the Northeast regional office.

November 5, 2012 | Feature

Fracking Runs Afoul of Hometown U.S.A.

It's easy to understand why leaders and citizens in Cooperstown, NY, rose up to protect their town against fracking—and towns across America are following suit.

June 26, 2012 | Feature

Down to Earth: The Dark Side of the Fracking Boom

Deborah Goldberg, managing attorney of the Northeast regional office, discusses her litigation work on fracking, a controversial form of extreme gas drilling that can contaminate the air and water.

June 25, 2012 | Feature

Fact Sheet: On Fracking

The United States is experiencing an industrial gas rush. Industrial gas development in the Rocky Mountains region, in the Northeast’s Marcellus Shale deposit, and in other parts of the country is skyrocketing. Learn about industrial gas drilling, "fracking," and Earthjustice's work to protect communities across the country.

September 26, 2011 | Feature

Telebriefing: Natural Gas - The Inside Story

Deborah Goldberg, Managing Attorney at Earthjustice's Northeast Office and a nationally recognized expert on the environmental impacts of natural gas development, discusses Earthjustice's campaign to clean up and regulate the natural gas industry.

April 14, 2011 | Feature

Meet the Oil & Gas Twins

Things always find a way to happen … A pen leaking. Your shoelace coming untied. Toxic chemicals in your drinking water. What?! Watch this video to find out—and learn how the more oil and gas companies frack, the more trouble is finding ways to happen.

April 12, 2011 | Blog Post

Lawmakers Probe Impacts of Gas Drilling Boom

In a hearing, today, lawmakers on Capitol Hill probed the health and environmental impacts of a gas drilling boom fueled by the controversial gas extraction technique known as hydraulic fracturing or fracking. Using this technique, companies blast millions of gallons of chemically treated water into the earth to force natural gas from underground deposits.

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