Nick Turse
From TomDispatch tonight: A powerful, piece of reporting from the front-lines of the anti-fracking movement — Ellen Cantarow, “Shale-Shocked, Fracking Gets Its Own Occupy Movement.” 
In this trailblazing effort, Cantarow interviews participants in the movement, follows developments as local bans on fracking cascade across the state and anti-fracking citizens are voted into office, and vividly describes a movement with minimal funds facing off against some of the wealthiest corporations on the planet — with amazing success.
As she writes, “Consider this, then, an environmental Occupy Wall Street. It knows no divisions of social class or political affiliation. Everyone, after all, needs clean water.”     
Read the entire article here!
photo credit: Owen Crowley/Flickr

From TomDispatch tonight: A powerful, piece of reporting from the front-lines of the anti-fracking movement — Ellen Cantarow, “Shale-Shocked, Fracking Gets Its Own Occupy Movement.” 

In this trailblazing effort, Cantarow interviews participants in the movement, follows developments as local bans on fracking cascade across the state and anti-fracking citizens are voted into office, and vividly describes a movement with minimal funds facing off against some of the wealthiest corporations on the planet — with amazing success.

As she writes, “Consider this, then, an environmental Occupy Wall Street. It knows no divisions of social class or political affiliation. Everyone, after all, needs clean water.”    

Read the entire article here!

photo credit: Owen Crowley/Flickr

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