Many thanks to everyone who attended “Fracking in NC? Science, Justice, and Protecting Our Communities” on February 22 for your participation and energy, and to our wonderful group of speakers! Presentations from our speakers can be found below. Be sure to check back soon for presentation video!
Calvin Tillman: Making A Difference Wilma Subra: Human Health Impacts Associated with Chemicals & Pathways of Exposure from the Development of Shale Ryke Longest: Zoning & Fracking: Assessing . . . → Read More: Thanks for a Great Event!
Fracking in NC? Science, Justice, and Protecting Communities Sat., Feb. 22, 1:30 – 5:30 PM North Carolina Central University, 640 Nelson St, Durham $30 registration / $10 students with refund at meeting Register now!
Join us for a range of speakers and discussions on the science of fracking, its impacts on NC communities, and ways we can protect ourselves. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from renowned activists, elected leaders, scientists and lawyers from NC . . . → Read More: Feb. 22: Protect Communities from Fracking!
Monday, Oct. 7 at 7:00 PM – Durham Co-sponsors: Working Films’ Reel Power & Clean Water for NC
Join us for a special screening of Gasland, part II with filmmaker Josh Fox!
Tickets for this event are FREE but you must reserve a ticket online, print it from the email confirmation, and bring it to the theater at least 15 minutes early for admission.
Donations of any amount are welcome – all donations . . . → Read More: Don’t Miss Gasland 2 with Josh Fox
Writer of “No Fracking Way” will stop in Hillsborough, Hendersonville and Black Mountain
Clean Water for NC is thrilled to welcome Marc Black back to NC this week. Marc’s eclectic style includes fingerstyle blues guitar and creative songwriting. With roots in the tradition of Woodstock, he has performed alongside Neil Diamond and Van Morrison, and recorded with greats such as Pete Seeger. The social and political challenges of our own time are laced . . . → Read More: Singer-Songwriter Marc Black plays across NC