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DONATE: In “Outrageous” Dimock Ruling, Federal Judge Sets Aside Unanimous Jury Award of $4.2 Million For Water Contamination Caused By Cabot Oil & Gas

      Can you join the 256 donors who have already given and make a donation to the Dimock legal fund? All donations are tax-deductible and will support additional legal costs related to the case. Donations of $1,000 or more can be made out to “Action Center Inc.”, our 501(c)3 name, with “Dimock Legal” in the memo and mailed… Read more →

Pennsylvania College Students Tell Wolf: No New Pipelines, Green Jobs Now

On Monday, students from 19 Pennsylvania colleges and universities delivered a statement to Governor Tom Wolf’s Capitol office demanding no new natural gas pipelines and immediate investment in green jobs. The students are attending Pennsylvania Student Power Spring Break near Harrisburg, an alternative spring break program for students working on social, economic, and environmental justice issues across the state. The… Read more →

Katie McGinty: Bad for the Environment, Health

Pennsylvania Senate candidate Katie McGinty addressed the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday, but many voters don’t know about her destructive past. McGinty profoundly supports the practice of hydraulic fracturing, worked to bring “fracking” to Pennsylvania as Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection, and then left her post to work for the same industry she was in charge of… Read more →

John Quigley’s Fracking Legacy in Pennsylvania

On Friday afternoon, Pennsylvania’s Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection John Quigley announced he was resigning. Criticisms have been launched at him from both polluters and environmentalists throughout his professional life. His ouster is allegedly due to e-mail communication he initiated with statewide environmental groups he asked to push harder on state legislators who were blocking some environmental reforms in Harrisburg.… Read more →

Getting Trade Readjustment Allowance for Shalefield Workers

In 1974, The Trade Adjustment Act was passed, establishing a benefit for workers separated from their jobs due to foreign trade, Trade Readjustment Allowance (TRA). Here is a brochure from the Department of Labor with an overview of the program (Link). The TRA benefit has been modified over the years, but currently includes extended unemployment benefits (normal unemployment compensation only extends… Read more →

Donate To The Gerhart Fight Against Sunoco’s Mariner 2 Pipeline!

The Gerhart family needs your support! Please share this page and donate if you can using the button below.     ABOUT: On February 13, 2017 the PA DEP illegally issued the permit for construction of Mariner East 2. The Mariner East 2 pipeline would span over 300 miles across 17 counties in Pennsylvania carrying natural gas liquids: propane, butane,… Read more →

Dimock Families Go to Federal Jury Trial Over Water Contamination

PRESS KIT WITH PHOTOS, TIMELINE OF CASE   Please contribute to support the trial costs! Check or money order – Make out to “Action Center Inc”(our 501(c)(3) umbrella) with “Dimock” in the memo line and mail to: Energy Justice Network 1434 Elbridge St Philadelphia PA 19149 Givlet One-time or recurring donation. (Scranton, Pa.) – Dimock PA families with water contamination from drilling… Read more →

Donate to Support the Fight Against Constitution Pipeline

Energy Justice Network is fiscally sponsoring a fund for supplies, legal expenses, and costs associated with challenging and monitoring Constitution Pipeline construction for environmental and safety violations. Urgently, in order to defend the Holleran/Zeffer family successfully in federal court from Williams’ and Cabot’s motions (see below), there are legal and logistical costs associated with a short timeframe for filing responses, admitting… Read more →

PA FAMILY OPPOSES GAS PIPELINE TREE CUTTING THROUGH MAPLE SYRUP OPERATION

NEW MILFORD, PA – Constitution Pipeline Company received federal permission to cut trees Friday afternoon on properties in Susquehanna County, including those obtained by eminent domain condemnation and through a commercial maple syrup operation. A partial Notice to Proceed with non-mechanized tree cutting was issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday afternoon for the Pennsylvania portion of the… Read more →