Sabrina Artel

Slaves to Our Stuff: A Creative Vision to Break Away From Consumer Culture's Destructive Grip

This article was published in partnership with GlobalPossibilities.org.

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Anti-Fracking Activists Applaud as NY Further Delays a Decision on Whether to Allow Fracking

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How Fracking Is a Danger to Your Health

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South Africa Lifts Fracking Moratorium; Citizens Alarmed By U.S. Fracking Examples

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Thousands Converge in Washington to Launch National Movement Against Fracking

People traveled by plane, car, bus, bicycle, and on foot from across the United States and the world to Washington, DC on Saturday, July 28 for the 2012 Stop the Frack Attack Rally. The rally demanded that Congress take immediate action to protect public health and water from the now EPA-documented harmful effects of hydro-fracturing for gas and oil. Sponsored by 136 local and national organizations, citizens already impacted by fracking in their communities united with those under imminent threat to create this declaration of protest. In the three days leading up to the rally, leaders were lobbying and educating elected officials while others led workshops on organizing against the escalating abuses of the fossil fuel industry. In addition to demanding an end to fracking, an emphasis was directed toward a green energy future.

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Grassroots Groups Unite For Statewide Ban on Fracking in New York

The following is from Sabrina Artel's Trailer Talk: The Frack Talk Marcellus Shale Water Project. Listen to the complete program here.

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