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Oil Fracking In Pennsylvania and Ohio By Haley Faust
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This student-written graphic novel tells the story of two cities, one in Pennsylvania, one in Ohio, as oil fracking companies come to town. The original story is written and illustrated by a 10th... More > grade student who studied ecology, social systems, activism, and storytelling in her high school science, social studies, and language arts classes in Muscatine, Iowa.< Less
"Ban" or "Regulate" Fracking? Mora County's Path to the Answer By Kay Matthews
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Mora County, New Mexico, was one of the first local governments to ban hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. The ban set off a firestorm of controversy. Although most people in this rural, northern New... More > Mexico county are opposed to oil and gas development, many felt the ban was pushed down their throat by outside interests hoping to set a legal precedent. The county learned the hard way that the ban was unconstitutional and that rigorous regulation was the better way to go, at least at this time in history. "Ban" or "Regulate"? Mora County's Path to the Answer is a collection of essays from La Jicarita, an online journal of environmental politics, that documents the controversy. Author Kay Matthews is a longtime norteño journalist and activist.< Less
And We All Get Fracked: 1,000,000,000,000 Gallons of Water and Toxic Chemicals Go in the Ground By Gregory Gebhart
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Over 1,000,000,000,000 gallons of water and toxic chemicals have been pumped into the ground around the United States in order to hydraulic fracture (frack) 145,000 oil and natural gas wells. This... More > gains access to new untapped oil and natural gas, but appears to poisioning our land, our water and our air.< Less
Property Stealers By Zach Anders
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This student-written graphic novel tells the story of property disputes withing the hydraulic fracturing, a.k.a. "fracking," world. The original story is written and illustrated by a 10th... More > grade student who studied conflict resources and the power of storytelling in his social studies and language arts classes in Muscatine, Iowa.< Less
A Frackin' Bad Idea By Aidan Berry
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This original, student-written graphic novel tells the story of hydraulic fracturing, a.k.a. "fracking," and its consequences. It is written and illustrated by a 10th grade student who... More > studied ecosystems, conflict resources, and the power of storytelling in her high school science, social studies, and language arts classes in Muscatine, Iowa.< Less
Stop Passing Gas By Cameron Davis
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This student-written graphic novel tells the story of hydraulic fracturing, a.k.a. "fracking," and its consequences in a city in Pennsylvania. The original story is written and illustrated... More > by a 10th grade student who studied ecosystems, conflict resources, and the power of storytelling in her high school science, social studies, and language arts classes in Muscatine, Iowa.< Less
Fire In the Water By Brittany Scheper
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This student-written graphic novel tells the story of a fictional town in Pennsylvania as oil fracking arrives in town. The original story is written and illustrated by a 10th grade student who... More > studied conflict resources, the coffee supply chain, and storytelling in her high school science, social studies, and language arts classes in Muscatine, Iowa.< Less
Hancock and the Marcellus Shale By Urban Design Lab
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With the publication, Hancock & The Marcellus Shale: Visioning the Impacts of Natural Gas Extraction Along the Upper Delaware, the team evaluates and visualizes the impacts of natural gas... More > drilling in the Delaware River watershed on the local economy and the local environment. Natural gas hydraulic fracturing, a new technique for extracting natural gas from within deep shale deposits, has the capacity to alter lifestyle and landscape at a scale not seen in the Catskills since the creation of the New York City Watershed system. Requiring almost a million gallons of freshwater per day (with chemical additives) for each operating well, natural gas hydraulic fracturing creates the ability to exploit large natural gas reserves in New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio, now estimated at 500 trillion cubic feet, which were previously considered inaccessible.< Less