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  1. Fracture: Essays, Poems, and Stories on Fracking in America

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    Fracture: Essays, Poems, and Stories on Fracking in America. Authors: Taylor Brorby and Stefanie Trout. Now available at Ice Cube Press. This book bears witness to hydraulic fracturing in the United States. Fracture: Essays, Poems, and Stories on Fracking in America brings together the voices of more than fifty writers exploring the complexities of fracking…Read More →

  2. Civic Innovation: Realigning the Law with Justice (May 2015 Networker)

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    SEHN Networker Volume 20 (5) May, 2015 Civic Innovation: Realigning the Law with Justice   Walking the property line: eminent domain and the U.S. oil and gas rush      Editor’s note: Some of the first stories my parents read to me were Beatrix Potter’s fables. Did you know that several of Potter’s tales originated from letters or oral…Read More →

  3. Walking the property line: eminent domain and the U.S. oil and gas rush

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    Editor’s note, May 2015 Networker: Some of the first stories my parents read to me were Beatrix Potter’s fables. Did you know that several of Potter’s tales originated from letters or oral stories she shared with children she was close with? She was also an avid naturalist and conservationist. On her death, she left 4,000 acres…Read More →

  4. Legal Principles for Mining, Fracking, and Pipelines: Defending our Communities and Future Generations

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    We have entered the Age of Extreme Energy. Every region is facing threats. To protect our communities and the natural world, we can establish new legal principles. The Science & Environmental Health Network and the Women’s Congress for Future Generations offer some new legal principles to serve as a basis for organizing around mining, pipelines, and…Read More →

  5. March Networker is now available!

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    What’s in the Pipeline: Common Cause and Joint Action, Not Oil Solastalgia is the pain experienced when there is recognition that the place where one resides and that one loves is under immediate assault . . . a form of homesickness one gets when one is still at ‘home’. The term and definition are Glenn Albrecht’s,…Read More →