This paid, remote fellowship will provide a graduate student with the opportunity to deepen their academic understanding of environmental issues affecting the heavily-fracked region of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
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This digital atlas exploring natural gas development in the Towanda Creek watershed is the fourth in a series of FracTracker Alliance watershed impact analyses in the Susquehanna River Basin.
A letter written to Equinor USA Operations Manager Chris Golden in September 2022 requesting that Equinor USA cease plans to invest in carbon capture and storage (CCS), carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS), and hydrogen development in the United States.
We are pleased to announce that FracTracker Alliance has been selected for two EPA grants totaling $925,302 to support community air monitoring initiatives in the Ohio River Valley.
FracTracker Alliance is accepting nominations for the 2022 Community Sentinel Award for Environmental Stewardship until October 28, 2022.
FracTracker is honored to welcome Theresa Landrum as the newest member of our Board of Directors.
This story map explores how the West’s failure to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy is funding Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Priority deadline is May 6, 2022. Apply today to be part of a supportive and high-functioning team that uses data to empower action.
FracTracker is hiring a Program Manager. Apply today and share this opportunities with your networks!
Meet Christine Yellowthunder, FracTracker’s newest board member. Christine is from Wisconsin, grows trees, and fights frac sand mining.