EXTREME ENERGY-AND THE FIGHT FOR OUR COMMUNITIES AND OUR PLANET

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 ...

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Propane Fracking Debate

WBGH - Apr 13, 2012

15 environmental groups, including Catskill Mountainkeeper and the Sierra Club, want the Department of Environmental Conservation to do additional ...

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Coalition to Oppose Hydraulic Fracturing in Empire State

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 ...

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Study Rebuts Industry Stance That Frack Fluids Can't Taint Water

Salt Lake Tribune - ‎May 3, 2012‎

Gas industry officials were quick to point out that the study was commissioned by Catskill Mountainkeeper, a Youngsville, New York-based environmental group that opposes fracking, and The Park Foundation in Ithaca, which offers research grants.

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New Study Predicts Frack Fluids Can Migrate to Aquifers Within Years

NYaltnews - ‎May 3, 2012‎

The research for the study was paid for by Catskill Mountainkeeper and the Park Foundation, two upstate New York organizations that have opposed gas drilling and fracking in the Marcellus. Much of the debate about the environmental risks of gas ...

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Fracking Fluids May Migrate to Aquifers, Researcher Says

BusinessWeek - ‎May 3, 2012‎

Gas industry officials were quick to point out that the study was commissioned by Catskill Mountainkeeper, a Youngsville, New York-based environmental group that opposes fracking, and The Park Foundation in Ithaca, which offers research grants.

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New Study Indicates That Fracking Poses Substantial Risk to Water

The Colorado Independent - ‎May 3, 2012‎

The research for the study was paid for by Catskill Mountainkeeper and the Park Foundation, two upstate New York organizations that have opposed gas drilling and fracking in the Marcellus. Much of the debate about the environmental risks of gas ...

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Study Opposes Assumption Frack Fluid Can't Migrate to Surface

State Journal - ‎May 2, 2012‎

The research was paid for by Catskill Mountainkeeper and the Park Foundation, both of which have been outspoken opponents of hydraulic fracturing operations. Myers also recently released an analysis of EPA results of a Wyoming water contamination case ...

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Drilling Chemicals Could Move Quickly to Aquifers, Study Says

Charleston Gazette - ‎May 2, 2012‎

Research for the study was paid for by the Park Foundation and the Catskill Mountainkeeper, two groups that have opposed drilling and fracking in New York portions of the Marcellus Shale. The new study was published in Ground Water, the peer-reviewed ...

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Fracking Fluids Could Migrate Into Aquifers, Study Says

Huffington Post - May 3, 2012

The research for the study was paid for by Catskill Mountainkeeper and the Park Foundation, two upstate New York organizations that have opposed gas ...

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