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June 20, 2014 | Feature

Dryden: The Town That Changed The Fracking Game

When the oil and gas industry came to the small town of Dryden, NY, with plans to start fracking, things didn’t turn out quite how they expected. Find out how a group of neighbors turned the tables on a powerful industry—and changed the fracking game forever. View the photo essay.

October 13, 2021 | In the News: Grist

California’s dirty little secret: Oil wells in the backyard

Colin O’Brien, deputy managing attorney for Earthjustice’s California Regional Office, on California’s regulatory body for oil and gas, the Geologic Energy Management Division (CalGEM) and the possible inclusion of oil and gas setbacks in their updated public health and safety rules: “The name has changed, and they have a mandate now to protect health and safety. This forthcoming rule on setbacks will demonstrate whether they take that mandate seriously.”

September 29, 2021 | Press Release: Victory

PJM Reverses Policy Designed to Stymie Clean Energy

Public interest coalition succeeds in effort to curtail the Minimum Offer Price Rule in the largest U.S. regional transmission organization, PJM, reining in fossil fuel bailouts