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New Yorkers Against Fracking – All Star Rally/Concert in Albany on Tuesday, May 15
Catskill Mountainkeeper with our coalition partners are pleased to present this important rally and powerful multi-media concert to support a ban on fracking in New York State. The concert will feature Natalie Merchant, Medeski Martin & Wood, Joan Osborne, the Felice Brothers, Ida, Dan Zane, The Horse Flies, and friends, along with emcees Mark Ruffalo and Melissa Leo. It promises to be a powerful afternoon and evening of political strength, impressive performances from great artists, and sincere testimonies.
Where: The West Capitol Lawn, Albany, NY
When: Tuesday, May 15th at 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
When: Tuesday, May 15th at 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Where: The Egg, Empure State Plaza, Albany, NY 12223
Tickets: 518-473-1845 or CLICK HERE
Tickets will sell out, soon! Cost: $40 Per person with a limited number of “Pit” tickets at $150.
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Watershed post – May 4, 2012
… Business Week and Propublica are reporting on a game-changing peer reviewed study commissioned by Catskill Mountainkeeper that predicts frack fluids can …
Saugerties Post Star – Apr 17, 2012
By Anonymous Catskill Mountainkeeper, Frack Free Catskills, Hudson River Clearwater and SUNY NYPIRG are excited to announce an important forum on Extreme …
WBGH – Apr 13, 2012
15 environmental groups, including Catskill Mountainkeeper and the Sierra Club, want the Department of Environmental Conservation to do additional …
Lexology (registration) – Apr 12, 2012
The coalition is led by several anti-fracing groups historically active in New York: Food & Water Watch; Water Defense; Catskill Mountainkeeper; and United …
New York Times, May 2, 2012
By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF
Scientists are observing with increasing alarm that some very common hormone-mimicking chemicals can have grotesque effects.
A widely used herbicide acts as a female hormone and feminizes male animals in the wild. Thus male frogs can have female organs, and some male fish actually produce eggs. In a Florida lake contaminated by these chemicals, male alligators have tiny penises. READ MORE…..