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Webinar: Too Dirty, Too Dangerous: Why Health Professionals Reject Natural Gas
September 13, 2017
Time: Noon - 1:00 pm EDT
Are you concerned about fracking? Natural gas pipelines and compressor stations? Have you tried to make the argument that fracking is unsafe, yet haven't yet found a way to do so with research?
Join PSR and Halt the Harm Network for a webinar to learn about a new Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) report on recent scientific findings that document methane’s implications on our health.
Tune in to hear from speakers Barbara Gottlieb, Director of Environment and Health at PSR, and Chad Oba, grassroots anti-pipeline activist from Buckingham County, VA to learn more about fracking's impacts on our health, communities and climate. Make sure to stay after the presentations to engage in a Q&A and discussion about the report and how you can use this resource in your work.
Barbara Gottlieb's Testimony on EPA Methane Standards
On July 10, 2017, PSR Environment & Health Director Barbara Gottlieb testified before the EPA against a proposed rollback of a methane regulation that would reduce leaks from oil and gas wells. Read more »
Video: Fracking - Too Dirty, Too Dangerous
Former executive director of Physicians for Social Responsibility, Catherine Thomasson, MD, presents findings from PSR's report "Too Dirty, Too Dangerous: Why Health Professionals Reject Natural Gas". It is based on summaries of recent medical and scientific studies which clearly convey the health threats that accompany use of methane as a fuel. Read more »
Video: Too Dirty, Too Dangerous
Watch PSR's latest webinar to learn just how bad natural gas is for health and for the climate. Read more »