GasLand Documentary (hydrofracking)

GasLand Documentary (hydrofracking)

Awesome documentary which must be advocated and spread to the public widely..Literally an earth shaking conspiracy..

Please watch and help stop Hydraulic Fracturing and gasworks in your area..There are many other clean ways to get energy..

We must pull together and rally our governments to put money into other technologies and stop suppressing all the great

inventions that are out there, which they cannot make money from..
Well done to the makers of this film.. it is commendable to see such great activist and advocacy work being done from the heart

Marcellus Shale Reality Tour

Gasland part 1 of 2

Gasland Episode 2: The History

Mic Check! Mic Check!

Civil Disobedience at the SRBC Meeting Wilkes-Barre

Fracking Hollenbeck Gas Site

My Water’s On Fire Tonight (The Fracking Song)

Fracking at Kerr Well Site– Susquehanna County

Fracking: The Haliburton Loophole That Poisons America’s Drinking Water

Hydraulic Fracking Poisons & Kills! CBS 60-Minutes HD


Hydrofracking And The Environment

Gasland Q&A

osh Fox, the director of environmental documentary Gasland came in to the ICA for a Q&A session. He talked about the challenges he faced in making the documentary and the current state of regulation in the US of drilling for natural gas.

YouTube – ‪Gaslandmovie’s Channel‬‏

Facts on Fracking – How Safe is it

Facts on Fracking – What Can Go Wrong

The Marcellus Shale: The Politics of Gas

Mark Ruffalo on Hydrofracking in New York State

Hydrofracking in New York State Part II: Alfred Appleton

Hydrofracking Part III: Deborah Goldberg

VIDEO Fracking Hell: The Untold Story

Watch more Earth Focus at
An original investigative report by Earth Focus and UK’s Ecologist Film Unit looks at the risks of natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale. From toxic chemicals in drinking water to unregulated interstate dumping of potentially radioactive waste that experts fear can contaminate water supplies in major population centers including New York City, are the health consequences worth the economic gains?

Marcellus Shale contains enough natural gas to supply all US gas needs for 14 years. But as gas drilling takes place, using a process called hydraulic fracturing or “fracking,” toxic chemicals and methane gas seep into drinking water. Now experts fear that unacceptable levels of radioactive Radium 226 in gas development waste.

Fracking chemicals are linked to bone, liver and breast cancers, gastrointestinal, circulatory, respiratory, developmental as well as brain and nervous system disorders. Such chemicals are present in frack waste and may find their way into drinking water and air.

Waste from Pennsylvania gas wells — waste that may also contain unacceptable levels of radium — is routinely dumped across state lines into landfills in New York, Ohio and West Virginia. New York does not require testing waste for radioactivity prior to dumping or treatment. So drill cuttings from Pennsylvania have been dumped in New York’s Chemung and other counties and liquid waste is shipped to treatment plants in Auburn and Watertown New York. How radioactive is this waste? Experts are calling are for testing to find out.
New York State may have been the first state in the nation to put a temporary hold on fracking pending a safety review, but it allows other states to dump toxic frack waste within its boundaries.

With a gas production boom underway in the Marcellus Shale and plans for some 400,000 wells in the coming decades, the cumulative impact of dumping potential lethal waste without adequate oversight is a catastrophe waiting to happen. And now U.S. companies are exporting fracking to Europe.

COMMENT; The last statement is wrong..The castasthrophy has happened..they did not show how bad the well water is..It actually can be ignited with a match when it comes out of the tap..

Gasland Director Josh Fox Arrested at Congressional Hearing on Natural Gas Fracking

Democracynow–Feb 2, 2012 – The Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Josh Fox was handcuffed and arrested Wednesday as he attempted to film a Congressional hearing on the controversial natural gas drilling technique, known as fracking, which the Environmental Protection Agency recently reported caused water contamination in Pavillion, Wyoming. Fox directed the award-winning film, “Gasland,” which documents the impact of fracking to communities across the United States, and is now working on a sequel. Fox says he was arrested after Republicans refused to allow him to film because he did not have the proper credentials. “We wanted to report on what happened [at the hearing]. I was not interested in disrupting. It was not a protest action,” says Fox. “I was simply trying to do my job as a journalist and go in there and show to the American people what was transpiring in that hearing, so that down the line — as we know there will be a lot of challenges mounted to that [Pavillion, Wyoming] EPA report, and frankly to the people in Pavillion who have been sticking up for themselves and demanding an investigation into the groundwater contamination — to make sure that people could view that in a larger forum than usually happens.”

To watch the complete daily, independent news hour, read the transcript, download the podcast, and for the additional Democracy Now! reports on the 2012 election, visit

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“Frackin Assholes” by Mrs.Pain

Frack Action Director Debates Gas Industry Exec on TV’s NY 1, Sept 2011

From NY1’s Sound-Off On Hydrofracking — Claire Sandberg, the co-founder and executive director of Frack Action, and Dennis Holbrook, an executive at Norse Energy and a member of the Independent Oil and Gas Association, debated the natural drilling process known as hydrofracking on Inside City Hall.

From NY1 Online: Sound-Off On Hydrofracking — September 22, 2011, 8:00 PM

11/6/2011 — Oklahoma MAN MADE earthquakes —

Fracking — 5.6 magnitude within occuring swarm

Penn Yan Farm Forum on Hydrofracking & Agriculture 2011-03-15

Hydrofracking & Agriculture: the Promise and the Reality
A Farm Forum
Tuesday March 15, 2011
Penn Yan Middle School Auditorium
Penn Yan, NY

Ron Gulla and Terry Greenwood:
Farmers from Washington County, Pennsylvania, “Lessons to be learned: What a Look Back Tells Us about Farming and Fracking.” Ron and Terry will address what their experience with natural gas drilling and drilling companies on their land has taught them.

Leslie Lewis:
Attorney with the NYC firm Napoli, Bern and Ripka, “Leases and Your Best Interests.” Ms. Lewis will share information and answer questions about gas leases and the farmer.

Ellen Harrison:
Founder of Fleased Organization, “What I Now Know and Should Have Known Then.” Ms. Harrison will speak about her research and actual experience as a landowner with natural gas drilling companies.

Art Hunt:
Vineyardist and Co-Owner of Hunt Country Vineyards, “Lessons Learned and Considerations for the Future.” Art is a fifth generation landowner/farmer in Yates County.

Klaas Martens:
One of the largest organic farmers in New York State. Klaas will serve as the panel’s moderator.

Related Topics and Issues / Q & A Session
• Product Marketability
• Land Values
• Impact on Well and Irrigation Waters
• Country Living
• Truck Traffic and Crop Health
• The Mennonite Community
• Agritourism
• Health and Safety of our Neighbors
• Neighbor versus Neighbor
• Short Term versus Long Term Gain

Sponsored by The Committee to Preserve the Finger Lakes
and Coalition to Protect New York

Man Charged with Dumping 800 Gallons of Fracking Fluid 

‘Fracking’ Explained

Biology professor and geochemist Robert Jackson in Duke’s Nicholas School of the

Environment performed one of the first peer-reviewed studies on the environmental

consequences of hydrofracking. In a live “Office Hours” webcast September 15, 2011,

he answers questions about his study. Learn more at


Gasland The truth


Yah it is all about money…Natural gas is not clean..the destruction of the environment is not clean..Fracking will continue to destroy the environment for is insane to crack the earth. now is causes earthquakes..Lets not forget all the toxic chemicals that will leak out for ever after the gas has been taken.


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