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Hydraulic Fracturing, Natural Gas, by Professor Burleson
Static PreviewJune 21 (Bloomberg) -- Elizabeth Burleson, law professor at Pace University, talked with Bloomberg Law's Spencer Mazyck on June 20 about the risks of hydraulic fracturing.
EarthSayer Elizabeth Burleson
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Water Sustainability and The World We Create by Anna Lappe
Static PreviewOn April 24, 2011 a PR firm working for Dow Chemical contacted author Anna Lappé to submit a 60-second video for The Future We Create: The Future of Water, a web project about water sustainability (sponsored by Dow Chemical). This was the video that was rejected.
EarthSayer Anna Lappe
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Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection One Water More Details
What is the Fracking Process by Chesapeak Energy
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Instructional, how it is done...After being made available on YouTube it was re-classified as "private" by the company.

We are leaving a link to it on EarthSayers in the event the company changes its mind and makes it available once again.

In order to maximize the production potential for a natural gas well, the shale formation must be hydraulically fractured. This video outlines and demonstrates the hydraulic fracturing process in Chesapeake Energy natural gas operations. For more information on fracking, visit www.hydraulicfracturing.com.

Here is a news/personal story about spills from a Chesapeak Energy drilling site and contamination of private and public natural resources.

Here is our January 1, 2013 article on Fracking in our blog, Sustainability Adovate. 

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GasLand by Josh Fox
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Trailer for GASLAND - (2010) Directed by Josh Fox. Winner of Special Jury Prize - Best US Documentary Feature - Sundance 2010. Screening at Cannes 2010. This addresses hydraulic fracturing a.k.a. fracking, a highly contentious, high risk energy alternative. 

A criticism of  Gasland is a video by the folks at ANGA - American Natural Gas Alliance - who argue that Gasland is "flawed." 

You are going to have to form your own opinion after listening to a wide range of voices of sustainability, but especially the citizens who are experience fracking first hand in their fields and communities.

EarthSayer Josh Fox
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My Water's On Fire Tonight
Static Preview"My Water's On Fire Tonight" is a product of Studio 20 NYU in collaboration with ProPublica.org (http://bit.ly/5tJN). The song is based on ProPublica's investigation on hydraulic fractured gas drilling (read the full investigation here.

Music by David Holmes and Andrew Bean
Vocals and Lyrics by David Holmes and Niel Bekker
Animation by Adam Sakellarides and Lisa Rucker
EarthSayers David Holmes; Lisa Rucker; Adam Sakellarides
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Bag It (trailer)
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Try going a day without plastic. In this touching and often flat-out-funny film, we follow "everyman" Jeb Berrier as he embarks on a global tour to unravel the complexities of our plastic world. What starts as a film about plastic bags evolves into a wholesale investigation into plastic and its effect on our waterways, oceans, and even our own bodies. We see how our crazy for plastic world has finally caught up to us and what we can do about it. Today. Right now.

EarthSayers Suzan Beraza; Jeb Berrier
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TED Debate: Does the world need nuclear energy? Brand and Jacobson
Static PreviewNuclear power: the energy crisis has even die-hard environmentalists reconsidering it. In this first-ever TED debate, Stewart Brand and Mark Z. Jacobson square off over the pros and cons. A discussion that'll make you think -- and might even change your mind.

TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes.
EarthSayers Stewart Brand; Mark Jacobson
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Zero Waste and Landfill Challenges by Will Spears
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Where does your garbage go when you throw it away? Away for the residents of Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington is the Columbia Ridge Landfill in Arlington Oregon. Sustainable Today visited this mammoth site to see how it works and how you can limit the amount of waste that is buried. We also visited the new power plant under construction at the site that will generate electricity from the methane gas pulled from the landfill. Related subjects:

 

EarthSayer Will Spears
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An Opt-out Tip from Scott McKye
Static PreviewIf you're planning a green, meeting, make sure your pre-registration forms let attendees opt-out of receiving non-sustainable materials. Scott McKye is CEO of Kleertech and a member of the Board, GMIC.
EarthSayer Scott McKye
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The Ocean Conservancy
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The Ocean Conservancy encourages looking beneath the surface to see where the health of our planet really begins. t’s time to recognize the source that sustains us day to day with the food we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe...to discover that all living things are connected to the ocean. It’s time to understand that going green starts with living blue. It’s time to start a sea change.(April 2010)

 

 

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