Friday, August 23, 2013

Fracking News NC Local and worldwide

To try to keep from posting so much on our facebook page  LeeCoNcSayNoToFracking
I am going to combine most of the info I find here and share it .

LOCAL NC

 Speak Out Against Compulsory Pooling

Wednesday, August 28 at 1 PM
217 W Jones St., Raleigh, NC 27603
  We need landowners to speak out against compulsory pooling (“forced pooling”) in NC, saying how it would affect them! The compulsory pooling study group will make recommendations during this meeting, including deciding whether or not compulsory pooling should remain legal in NC; what percentage of surrounding acreage should be required before landowners are forced to lease their land, and whether landowners who are “force-pooled” would have to pay a “risk penalty” increasing their share of the production costs!

For more information, see RAFI’s alert on this issue and meeting!   

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More Local news
Do you want to get someone to speak at your town ?
call Therese V . she said ,  "Will be happy to come and speak on this anytime"
Aug. 22, 2013: Recently proposed and enacted changes to North Carolina’s environmental policy, as well as solid waste and other environmental laws, increase our vulnerability to mega-dumps and other commercial waste disposal facilities. North Carolina could also be targeted for hydraulic fracturing, or E&P wastes. --
Therese Vick
North Carolina Healthy Sustainable Communities Campaign Coordinator
Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League
therese.vick@gmail.com
919-345-3673
www.bredl.org
@tvickBREDL Twitter


Earthquake & other news
http://triblive.com/news/adminpage/4562938-74/plant-markwest-photos#axzz2cb7IelfI



http://www.wboy.com/story/23154833/third-quake-rattles-glenville-in-a-month

This video is a couple years old but is worth sharing again.







http://money.msn.com/now/post--fracking-leaves-property-values-tapped-out

 another example of Living near Fracking


check this site out for some nasty pics too.
http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2009/03/canadian-oil-sands/essick-photography
 

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