• On Climate Strike Eve, 450+ Activists and Groups Urge United Nations to Back Global Fracking Ban
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/19/climate-strike-eve-450-activists-and-groups-urge-united-nations-back-global-fracking
    Jessica Corbett, staff writer

    On the eve of a global climate strike and just days before a major United Nations climate summit, more than 450 environmental activists and organizations sent an open letter Thursday to U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres urging him to support a global ban on fracking for fossil fuels, highlighting growing concerns about public health and the climate emergency.

    "As you are aware, man made climate change is the biggest and most comprehensive existential threat humanity has ever faced—apart from a nuclear war," the letter reads. "However, at a time when global forces must be combined to combat the foreseeable and enfolding mass extinction of our planet, the oil and gas industry—backed by many irresponsible governments—bets on a fossil fuels extraction technique that will destroy the joint forces of humanity: hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking."

    Organized by the U.S. advocacy group Food & Water Action, its European arm Food & Water Europe, and Pennsylvania-based air quality group the Breathe Project, the letter lays out the oil and gas industry's contributions to methane emissions, how hydraulic fracturing supports the plastics industry, and the environmental, health, and human rights implications of fracking.

    Food & Water Action @fwaction
    We wrote a letter to the @UN to ask them to finally call to #banfracking everywhere.

    Over 400 people and orgs have signed it, including @MarkRuffalo and Emma Thompson!

    RT pls — it's time to stop endangering our future so oil execs can turn a profit! https://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/news/mark-ruffalo-emma-thompson-among-400-call-un-demand-ban-fracking?ms=some_tw_09182019_letter-UN-landing&oms=some_tw_09182019_letter-UN-landing

    Mark Ruffalo, Emma Thompson Among 400+ To Call On UN To Demand A Ban
    On the eve of the youth-led climate strikes that will pack the streets and cities all across the globe, actors Mark Ruffalo and Emma Thompson and inspiring authors like Naomi Klein and Bill McKibben
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    8:57 AM - Sep 19, 2019

    Letter signatory Robert Howarth, a Cornell University professor of ecology and environmental biology whose research on methane leaks has exposed climate impacts of fracking, explained Thursday that "over the past decade, methane levels have been rising rapidly in the atmosphere, contributing significantly to the unprecedented global climate disruption seen in recent years."

    "Over 60 percent of the increased global methane emissions are from the oil and gas industry, and shale gas development in North America is responsible for one-third of the increased emissions from all sources," Howarth said in a statement. "Fracking for shale gas is a climate disaster."

    As actress and U.N. Human Rights Champion Amber Heard put it: "Every well and every pipeline adds more methane and carbon dioxide to the atmosphere and pushes us closer to the edge of the climate cliff. The science demands, and our children demand, a global ban on fracking."

    Biologist Sandra Steingraber, a longtime critic of fracking, pointed out that "a decade ago, when there were only nine scientific studies on the impacts of fracking, some political leaders suggested that fracking might serve as a bridge to a stable climate. Now there are 1,800 studies, and the science is clear."

    "Fracking is making the climate crisis worse," said Steingraber. "Fracking is destroying drinking water and undermining human rights around the world. Fracking is harming health through toxic air pollution and supporting a polluting plastics industry that is killing our oceans. Our planet is on fire, but fracking is not an evacuation bridge nor a fire extinguisher. Fracking is an arsonist that needs to be stopped everywhere and right now."

    Dr. Sandra Steingraber @ssteingraber1
    Proud to be a signatory on this letter to UN Secretary General. #Fracking is incompatible with climate solutions and is a public health menace. #AsktheSG: There's #NoRoomForGas in the Carbon budge. To stop the #ClimateCrisis we must #BanFrackingNow https://twitter.com/ssteingraber1/status/1174693879779643392
    Dr. Sandra Steingraber @ssteingraber1
    On the Eve of Global Climate Strikes and Summit, Celebrities, Advocates and Grassroots Groups Call on UN to Endorse Worldwide Fracking Ban https://www.foodandwatereurope.org/pressreleases/on-the-eve-of-global-climate-strikes-and-summit-celebrities-advocates-and-grassroots-groups-call-on-un-to-endorse-worldwide-fracking-ban/
    9:40 AM - Sep 19, 2019

    Concerned Health Professionals of New York—which Steingraber co-founded—and Physicians for Social Responsibility in June published a comprehensive analysis of nearly 1,500 scientific, government, and media reports detailing the various health and climate consequences of fracking. The analysis noted with alarm that U.S. oil and gas production, backed by President Donald Trump's administration, "has spurred a massive build-out of fracking infrastructure."

    Without increased public opposition and government regulation, that build-out is only expected to continue throughout the United States. A first-of-its-kind report released in June by Food & Water Watch showcased more than 700 recently built or proposed facilities across three industries that benefit from and help fuel the U.S. fracking boom: the petrochemical and plastics industries, gas exporters building liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, and natural gas-fired power plants.

    Wenonah Hauter—founder and executive director of Food & Water Watch, Food & Water Action, and Food & Water Europe—noted in a statement Thursday that U.S. opponents of fracking have had some success in reining in related industries.

    "In more than a decade of fighting fracking in the U.S., we've banned it in multiple states and made great progress elevating the issue globally. But there is much more work to do," she said.

    "The fracking surge in the U.S. has been a boon for the polluting petrochemical industry, which turns fracked gas into plastics. Our planet and our oceans are drowning in plastic and fracking companies are profiting," Hauter added. "This needs to stop once and for all. We need a global ban on fracking."

    The letter to Gutteres makes the case that "directly affected regions and communities all over the world rely on a strong and bold public position of the United Nations on this significant and existential issue." Signatories call on the U.N. chief "to accept this climate champion role" and vocally support a worldwide fracking ban.

    Groups backing the letter include the Break Free From Plastic Movement, Friends of the Earth, Oil Change International, Greenpeace Australia Pacific, Alianza Mexicana contra el Fracking, Support Centre for Land Change South Africa, and SumOfUs. Individuals include activists Karenna Gore, Naomi Klein, and Bill McKibben; human rights attorney Jennifer Robinson; children's singer Raffi; fashion icons Vivienne Westwood and Joe Corré; and actors Emma Thompson and Mark Ruffalo.

    "The climate emergency is a casting call for heroes, and we need everyone to show up," said Ruffalo. "Step one is to stand up and say, loudly and clearly, that there is no place for fracking on a climate-destabilized planet."
    On Climate Strike Eve, 450+ Activists and Groups Urge United Nations to Back Global Fracking Ban https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/19/climate-strike-eve-450-activists-and-groups-urge-united-nations-back-global-fracking Jessica Corbett, staff writer On the eve of a global climate strike and just days before a major United Nations climate summit, more than 450 environmental activists and organizations sent an open letter Thursday to U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres urging him to support a global ban on fracking for fossil fuels, highlighting growing concerns about public health and the climate emergency. "As you are aware, man made climate change is the biggest and most comprehensive existential threat humanity has ever faced—apart from a nuclear war," the letter reads. "However, at a time when global forces must be combined to combat the foreseeable and enfolding mass extinction of our planet, the oil and gas industry—backed by many irresponsible governments—bets on a fossil fuels extraction technique that will destroy the joint forces of humanity: hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking." Organized by the U.S. advocacy group Food & Water Action, its European arm Food & Water Europe, and Pennsylvania-based air quality group the Breathe Project, the letter lays out the oil and gas industry's contributions to methane emissions, how hydraulic fracturing supports the plastics industry, and the environmental, health, and human rights implications of fracking. Food & Water Action @fwaction We wrote a letter to the @UN to ask them to finally call to #banfracking everywhere. Over 400 people and orgs have signed it, including @MarkRuffalo and Emma Thompson! RT pls — it's time to stop endangering our future so oil execs can turn a profit! https://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/news/mark-ruffalo-emma-thompson-among-400-call-un-demand-ban-fracking?ms=some_tw_09182019_letter-UN-landing&oms=some_tw_09182019_letter-UN-landing … Mark Ruffalo, Emma Thompson Among 400+ To Call On UN To Demand A Ban On the eve of the youth-led climate strikes that will pack the streets and cities all across the globe, actors Mark Ruffalo and Emma Thompson and inspiring authors like Naomi Klein and Bill McKibben foodandwaterwatch.org 8:57 AM - Sep 19, 2019 Letter signatory Robert Howarth, a Cornell University professor of ecology and environmental biology whose research on methane leaks has exposed climate impacts of fracking, explained Thursday that "over the past decade, methane levels have been rising rapidly in the atmosphere, contributing significantly to the unprecedented global climate disruption seen in recent years." "Over 60 percent of the increased global methane emissions are from the oil and gas industry, and shale gas development in North America is responsible for one-third of the increased emissions from all sources," Howarth said in a statement. "Fracking for shale gas is a climate disaster." As actress and U.N. Human Rights Champion Amber Heard put it: "Every well and every pipeline adds more methane and carbon dioxide to the atmosphere and pushes us closer to the edge of the climate cliff. The science demands, and our children demand, a global ban on fracking." Biologist Sandra Steingraber, a longtime critic of fracking, pointed out that "a decade ago, when there were only nine scientific studies on the impacts of fracking, some political leaders suggested that fracking might serve as a bridge to a stable climate. Now there are 1,800 studies, and the science is clear." "Fracking is making the climate crisis worse," said Steingraber. "Fracking is destroying drinking water and undermining human rights around the world. Fracking is harming health through toxic air pollution and supporting a polluting plastics industry that is killing our oceans. Our planet is on fire, but fracking is not an evacuation bridge nor a fire extinguisher. Fracking is an arsonist that needs to be stopped everywhere and right now." Dr. Sandra Steingraber @ssteingraber1 Proud to be a signatory on this letter to UN Secretary General. #Fracking is incompatible with climate solutions and is a public health menace. #AsktheSG: There's #NoRoomForGas in the Carbon budge. To stop the #ClimateCrisis we must #BanFrackingNow https://twitter.com/ssteingraber1/status/1174693879779643392 … Dr. Sandra Steingraber @ssteingraber1 On the Eve of Global Climate Strikes and Summit, Celebrities, Advocates and Grassroots Groups Call on UN to Endorse Worldwide Fracking Ban https://www.foodandwatereurope.org/pressreleases/on-the-eve-of-global-climate-strikes-and-summit-celebrities-advocates-and-grassroots-groups-call-on-un-to-endorse-worldwide-fracking-ban/ … 9:40 AM - Sep 19, 2019 Concerned Health Professionals of New York—which Steingraber co-founded—and Physicians for Social Responsibility in June published a comprehensive analysis of nearly 1,500 scientific, government, and media reports detailing the various health and climate consequences of fracking. The analysis noted with alarm that U.S. oil and gas production, backed by President Donald Trump's administration, "has spurred a massive build-out of fracking infrastructure." Without increased public opposition and government regulation, that build-out is only expected to continue throughout the United States. A first-of-its-kind report released in June by Food & Water Watch showcased more than 700 recently built or proposed facilities across three industries that benefit from and help fuel the U.S. fracking boom: the petrochemical and plastics industries, gas exporters building liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, and natural gas-fired power plants. Wenonah Hauter—founder and executive director of Food & Water Watch, Food & Water Action, and Food & Water Europe—noted in a statement Thursday that U.S. opponents of fracking have had some success in reining in related industries. "In more than a decade of fighting fracking in the U.S., we've banned it in multiple states and made great progress elevating the issue globally. But there is much more work to do," she said. "The fracking surge in the U.S. has been a boon for the polluting petrochemical industry, which turns fracked gas into plastics. Our planet and our oceans are drowning in plastic and fracking companies are profiting," Hauter added. "This needs to stop once and for all. We need a global ban on fracking." The letter to Gutteres makes the case that "directly affected regions and communities all over the world rely on a strong and bold public position of the United Nations on this significant and existential issue." Signatories call on the U.N. chief "to accept this climate champion role" and vocally support a worldwide fracking ban. Groups backing the letter include the Break Free From Plastic Movement, Friends of the Earth, Oil Change International, Greenpeace Australia Pacific, Alianza Mexicana contra el Fracking, Support Centre for Land Change South Africa, and SumOfUs. Individuals include activists Karenna Gore, Naomi Klein, and Bill McKibben; human rights attorney Jennifer Robinson; children's singer Raffi; fashion icons Vivienne Westwood and Joe Corré; and actors Emma Thompson and Mark Ruffalo. "The climate emergency is a casting call for heroes, and we need everyone to show up," said Ruffalo. "Step one is to stand up and say, loudly and clearly, that there is no place for fracking on a climate-destabilized planet."
    On Climate Strike Eve, 450+ Activists and Groups Urge United Nations to Back Global Fracking Ban
    "Our planet is on fire, but fracking is not an evacuation bridge nor a fire extinguisher. Fracking is an arsonist that needs to be stopped."
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  • https://dailycaller.com/2019/09/18/harris-sanders-warren-stay-mum-on-fracking-ban-proposals-after-attack-sends-oil-markets-soaring/?utm_source=&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=10064
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    Harris, Sanders, Warren Stay Mum On Fracking Ban Proposals After Attack Sends Oil Markets Soaring
    Top presidential candidates stay quiet on their anti-fossil fuel positions after attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil supply.
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  • This Happened In Alaska , But This Time It's Different...All It Takes Is A Crack To Get Fracking Started...
    Strange videos and unbelievable events going on in 2019 - The ice has melted completely like never before in Alaska. But this time it's different, Why ?

    China discovers something that could change everything on the moon. Subscriber catches a ghost figure on cam.

    Huge creature caught on Google Earth ? David Blaine performs "real magic"?

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    This Happened In Alaska , But This Time It's Different...All It Takes Is A Crack To Get Fracking Started... Strange videos and unbelievable events going on in 2019 - The ice has melted completely like never before in Alaska. But this time it's different, Why ? China discovers something that could change everything on the moon. Subscriber catches a ghost figure on cam. Huge creature caught on Google Earth ? David Blaine performs "real magic"? Trees are being cut for unknown reason in Switzerland. Bizarre haunting in India-strange creature taped...is it real or fake? Mind blowing viral videos. #BizarreVideos #ThatIsImpossible #Phenomena #TheUnexplainable https://youtu.be/IHWBOlup5uU That Is Impossible 9/9/19
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  • Environmentalist Sounds Alarm On Fracking & Gov. Corruption
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  • 'It Is Our Future That Is at Risk': Greta Thunberg and Ocasio-Cortez Talk Reasons for Hope in Era of Climate Emergency
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/06/29/it-our-future-risk-greta-thunberg-and-ocasio-cortez-talk-reasons-hope-era-climate
    Jake Johnson, staff writer

    "So I'm curious, given how daunting the issue is, why aren't you so filled with despair that you're staying on your couch every day, and just waiting for the apocalypse?"

    That was one of the questions Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez put to 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg when the two progressive leaders met via video link for a conversation on the climate crisis, what it will take to create a sustainable and equitable future for all, and reasons for hope in the midst of so much darkness.

    Thunberg—who helped spark a global movement of youth climate activism with her lonely sit-down strike outside of the Swedish Parliament building last year—has never shied away from the seemingly endless reports of environmental devastation, the grim and urgent warnings from scientists, and the alarming graphics showing that carbon emissions continue to climb at an unsustainable pace.

    Rather, she has argued, it is more important than ever to fearlessly confront these facts—and act accordingly.

    Thunberg echoed this sentiment in her conversation with Ocasio-Cortez, an abridged version of which was published by The Guardian on Saturday.

    "It's already here and it's going to get worse," Thunberg said of the climate emergency that she has tirelessly called attention to in weekly youth-led "Friday for Future" protests, which have gone global since they kicked off last year.

    "Before I started school striking," said Thunberg, "I was so depressed and I didn't want to do anything, basically. But what I find encouraging is having all these people who are fighting on different sides in different ways, to create a better future and to make us avoid catastrophic climate breakdown."

    The reason young people have been leading the push for bold solutions to the climate crisis, Thunberg said, is because "it is our future that is at risk. Most of us know that this is going to affect us in our lifetimes—it's not just something that might happen in the future."

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ✔ @AOC
    “⁦I know so many people who feel hopeless, and they ask me, “What should I do?” And I say: “Act.”

    It was such an honor to share this conversation with you, ⁦@GretaThunberg⁩.

    Thank you for being one of the leading voices on climate action today.
    Jun 29, 2019

    Ocasio-Cortez, the Democratic congresswoman from New York who helped push the Green New Deal into the national political conversation within weeks of taking office, said she too felt despair when honestly confronting systemic crises in the United States, such as the growing income gap between the rich and everyone else.

    "I felt so powerless, and as though there was nothing I could do that could effectively counter the enormous number of societal structures that are designed in the U.S. to keep the working class poor, and to keep the rich, richer," said Ocasio-Cortez.

    But like Thunberg, Ocasio-Cortez said she found hope in joining the fight for climate justice.

    "I think what was profoundly liberating," she said, "was engaging in my first action—when I went to Standing Rock, in the Dakotas, to fight against a fracking pipeline. It seemed impossible at the time. It was just normal people, showing up, just standing on the land to prevent this pipeline from going through. And it made me feel extremely powerful, even though we had nothing, materially—just the act of standing up to some of the most powerful corporations in the world."

    Through this struggle, the congresswoman said, "I learned that hope is not something that you have. Hope is something that you create, with your actions. Hope is something you have to manifest into the world, and once one person has hope, it can be contagious."
    'It Is Our Future That Is at Risk': Greta Thunberg and Ocasio-Cortez Talk Reasons for Hope in Era of Climate Emergency https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/06/29/it-our-future-risk-greta-thunberg-and-ocasio-cortez-talk-reasons-hope-era-climate Jake Johnson, staff writer "So I'm curious, given how daunting the issue is, why aren't you so filled with despair that you're staying on your couch every day, and just waiting for the apocalypse?" That was one of the questions Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez put to 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg when the two progressive leaders met via video link for a conversation on the climate crisis, what it will take to create a sustainable and equitable future for all, and reasons for hope in the midst of so much darkness. Thunberg—who helped spark a global movement of youth climate activism with her lonely sit-down strike outside of the Swedish Parliament building last year—has never shied away from the seemingly endless reports of environmental devastation, the grim and urgent warnings from scientists, and the alarming graphics showing that carbon emissions continue to climb at an unsustainable pace. Rather, she has argued, it is more important than ever to fearlessly confront these facts—and act accordingly. Thunberg echoed this sentiment in her conversation with Ocasio-Cortez, an abridged version of which was published by The Guardian on Saturday. "It's already here and it's going to get worse," Thunberg said of the climate emergency that she has tirelessly called attention to in weekly youth-led "Friday for Future" protests, which have gone global since they kicked off last year. "Before I started school striking," said Thunberg, "I was so depressed and I didn't want to do anything, basically. But what I find encouraging is having all these people who are fighting on different sides in different ways, to create a better future and to make us avoid catastrophic climate breakdown." The reason young people have been leading the push for bold solutions to the climate crisis, Thunberg said, is because "it is our future that is at risk. Most of us know that this is going to affect us in our lifetimes—it's not just something that might happen in the future." Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ✔ @AOC “⁦I know so many people who feel hopeless, and they ask me, “What should I do?” And I say: “Act.” It was such an honor to share this conversation with you, ⁦@GretaThunberg⁩. Thank you for being one of the leading voices on climate action today. Jun 29, 2019 Ocasio-Cortez, the Democratic congresswoman from New York who helped push the Green New Deal into the national political conversation within weeks of taking office, said she too felt despair when honestly confronting systemic crises in the United States, such as the growing income gap between the rich and everyone else. "I felt so powerless, and as though there was nothing I could do that could effectively counter the enormous number of societal structures that are designed in the U.S. to keep the working class poor, and to keep the rich, richer," said Ocasio-Cortez. But like Thunberg, Ocasio-Cortez said she found hope in joining the fight for climate justice. "I think what was profoundly liberating," she said, "was engaging in my first action—when I went to Standing Rock, in the Dakotas, to fight against a fracking pipeline. It seemed impossible at the time. It was just normal people, showing up, just standing on the land to prevent this pipeline from going through. And it made me feel extremely powerful, even though we had nothing, materially—just the act of standing up to some of the most powerful corporations in the world." Through this struggle, the congresswoman said, "I learned that hope is not something that you have. Hope is something that you create, with your actions. Hope is something you have to manifest into the world, and once one person has hope, it can be contagious."
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  • Trump Administration Wants To Dump Toxic Fracking Waste In Your Backyard The EPA recently announced that they had put together a draft study on possible options about where they can dump toxic fracking wastewater, and these “solutions” aren’t going to sit well with American citizens.

    These plans would allow fracking companies to dump their toxins into rivers and streams, potentially poisoning both humans and the entire food chain and local environments.
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    Trump Administration Wants To Dump Toxic Fracking Waste In Your Backyard The EPA recently announced that they had put together a draft study on possible options about where they can dump toxic fracking wastewater, and these “solutions” aren’t going to sit well with American citizens. These plans would allow fracking companies to dump their toxins into rivers and streams, potentially poisoning both humans and the entire food chain and local environments. https://youtu.be/mOMvnX5UFmk The Ring Of Fire 6/28/19
    Trump Administration Wants To Dump Toxic Fracking Waste In Your Backyard
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  • https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-25/shale-pioneer-fracking-unmitigated-disaster
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    Shale Pioneer: Fracking Is An "Unmitigated Disaster"
    “In fact, I'm not aware of another case of a disruptive technological change that has done so much harm to the industry that created the change.”
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  • "Today, just 100 families own about 42 million acres across the country, a 65,000-square-mile expanse, according to the Land Report, a magazine that tracks large purchases. Researchers at the magazine have found that the amount of land owned by those 100 families has jumped 50 percent since 2007."

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    "Today, just 100 families own about 42 million acres across the country, a 65,000-square-mile expanse, according to the Land Report, a magazine that tracks large purchases. Researchers at the magazine have found that the amount of land owned by those 100 families has jumped 50 percent since 2007." https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/22/us/wilks-brothers-fracking-business.html
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  • I have only by accident come across this, and I have to say I don't know if its all true, apart from the fact that Fracking has become a nightmare for many. But some of the information really makes you think...
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  • https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/packers-plus-energy-services-ball-drop-patent-infringement-oil-gas-fracking-1.5112557
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    A Calgary-based fracking technology firm has been handed another setback in its attempt to defend its patent on a commonly used well completion technique.
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