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April 2018

Weathering the Storm: Resilience and Sustainability in Design and Construction

April 27
Columbia Law School, 435 West 116th Street
New York, 10027 United States
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$35 – $250

ACCL / ACOEL 2018 Joint Program The American College of Environmental Lawyers and the American College of Construction Lawyers are co-sponsoring a program at Columbia Law School on April 27, "Weathering the Storm: Resilience and Sustainability in Design and Construction." The full-day program includes panels on resilience and sustainability in design and construction; planning and legal issues related to resilience and sustainability, including the potential liability of architects, engineers, builders and owners; increasing resilience through solar, cogeneration, microgrids, and energy…

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FracTracker on Water Contamination

April 30 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
Loudonville Library, 122 E Main St
Loudonville, OH 44842 United States
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Free
FracTracker on Water Contamination event

Stay tuned for details about an upcoming event: "FracTracker on Water Contamination" hosted in the Loudonville Library, Room A by Friends For Environmental Justice. There will be informational tables, a photo gallery, an introduction to a water testing project, and a presentation by FracTracker's Ted Auch. For more information, please contact Ted at auch@fractracker.org.

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May 2018

Energy Democracy

May 4 @ 1:15 pm - 2:45 pm EDT
Online
Free

The near-unanimous consensus among climate scientists is that the massive burning of gas, oil, and coal is having a cataclysmic impact on our atmosphere and climate, and is depleting the Earth’s natural resources, including its land, food, fresh water, and biodiversity. Climate and environmental impacts are particularly magnified and debilitating for low-income communities and communities of color. These communities often live closest to toxic sites, are disproportionately impacted by high incidences of asthma, cancer and rates of morbidity and mortality,…

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2018 Annual Shale Network Workshop

May 17 - May 18
Stock image for workshops, used for 2017 Shale Network workshop

You are Invited to Attend the Annual Shale Network Workshop co-organized by: Shale Network, Penn State University, University of Pittsburgh, and PA Department of Environmental Protection. Integrating data about Shale Gas development: Toward a more collaborative future The seventh annual Shale Network workshop is scheduled for May 17 and 18 on the the Penn State, University Park campus and the nearby Atherton Hotel in State College. The workshop facilitates a conversation about water quality in the Marcellus Shale natural gas play between academics and representatives from government agencies,…

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9th Annual Choose Clean Water Conference

May 22 - May 23
9th annual Choose Clean Water Coalition Conference

  The 9th Annual Choose Clean Water Conference will be held on Tuesday, May 22 - Wednesday, May 23 at the Lancaster Marriott in Lancaster, PA. Each year, the Coalition’s Choose Clean Water Conference brings together a comprehensive and diverse group of more than 300 people from throughout the Chesapeake Bay region. The conference provides a 2-day forum for participants to learn about the most important and up-to-date Chesapeake restoration issues, network with fellow Chesapeake Bay supporters and activists, develop…

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Guided European Renewable Energy Tour (Cancelled)

May 27 - June 2
Europe
$1990
European Renewable Energy Tour

This event has been cancelled. To be notified if/when it is rescheduled, please contact us. Dates: May 27 – June 2, 2018 Stops: Copenhagen | Hamburg | Berlin | Frankfurt Join FracTracker Alliance and Ecologic Institute on a unique and timely European Renewable Energy Tour. Witness the incredible – and essential - energy revolution happening in Europe in an immersive, holistic way. Europe’s energy policies are set to reduce dependence on foreign providers of fossil fuels, and substantially reduce the region’s climate change footprint. In…

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CHE Webinar: Emerging Issues in Oil and Gas Production

May 31 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Online
Free
Frac

Data Gaps, Policy Challenges, and Novel Threats to Health Recent expansions in oil and gas development, driven in large part by innovations in hydraulic fracturing and drilling technologies, have raised concern about the public health and environmental dimensions of these extractive activities and associated infrastructure. Studies to date have found evidence of water and air pollution and human health impacts including exacerbation of respiratory symptoms, several types of cancer, and poor birth outcomes. In this webinar hosted by the Collaborative…

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June 2018

Pipeline Monitoring Workshop

June 3 @ 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT
Grace M. Pollock Training and Community Center at Philhaven, 283 Butler Rd
Lebanon, PA 17042 United States
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Free
Clearing land for shale gas pipeline in PA

Event Description: Protect Pennsylvania from harmful pipeline construction practices! Sierra Club is teaming up with FracTracker and Lebanon Pipeline Awareness to show you a new smartphone app you can use to accurately monitor pipelines, gas wells, and their construction - right where you live. FracTracker has come out with a new smartphone app you can use to accurately monitor natural gas pipeline construction. Join us for this workshop that will teach you how to use this and other tools, and get…

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Mentor Dinner with CCAN’s Kirsten Collings

June 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
Meridian Pint, 3400 11th St NW,
Washington, DC 20010 United States
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$20
EcoWomen DC Mentor Dinner

On Thursday, June 21st DC EcoWomen will host their June Mentor Dinner with Kirsten Collings, Deputy Director and CFO of Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN). Kirsten will share her experiences with community grassroots organizing, and how you can make a difference in your local community and beyond. Kirsten Collings joined the CCAN team in 2008, first as Campaign Director and later moving into her current position of Deputy Director. With expertise in campaign, staff and organizational management, Kirsten oversees CCAN’s senior campaign…

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September 2018

Pipeline Mapping and Frac Sand Mining – YSU Speaker Series

September 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
Youngstown State University, 1 University Plz
Youngstown, OH 44555 United States
Free
Superior Silica Sand, LLC, Lundequam Picknell site, Barron County WI

2018 Fall Speaker Series: Energy & the Environment, Youngstown State University Speaker: Ted Auch, FracTracker Alliance. Dr. Ted Auch is the Great Lakes Program Coordinator of FracTracker Alliance. He will discuss pipeline mapping, frack sand mining, Brookfield injection wells, and his interview with Michelle Garman living next door to the Vienna injection well. Location at YSU: Cushwa Hall, Room B100, 210 Lincoln Ave, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH 44503 The speaker series is sponsored, in part, by The James Dale…

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