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Earthworks is the only U.S. environmental nonprofit that focuses exclusively on the destructive impacts of resource extraction on communities and the environment, in the United States and around the world.

We work to achieve that goal in different ways, including:

One of most valuable assets is our staff -- many of whom have worked with Earthworks on mining and drilling issues for more than a decade -- who provide the kind of expertise available nowhere else.

Media Resources

Contacts:

Executive Director: Jennifer Krill, 202-887-1872 x103, blog

No Dirty Gold campaign director: Payal Sampat, 202-887-1872 x110, blog

Oil & Gas Accountability Project director: Bruce Baizel, 970-259-3353, blog

Our Bristol Bay campaign director: Bonnie Gestring, 406-549-7361, blog

Policy Director: Lauren Pagel, 202-887-1872 x107, blog

Photos:

Our photo library contains a geographically arranged collection of images of drilling and mining impacts on communities and the environment.

Videos:

Our growing library of videos includes campaign shorts, interviews with affected communities, and pollution exposes.

Earthworks press release archive

Earthworks press mention archive


Latest Release

Wyoming to Strengthen Fracking Chemical Disclosure in Response to Citizen Pressure

CASPER, WYO.— Under a settlement agreement approved today, the Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission must adopt more rigorous policies for scrutinizing industry requests to keep the identities of fracking chemicals secret.

Under the agreement, the Oil & Gas Commission must require substantially greater factual support for oil and gas industry claims that the identities of fracking chemicals used in Wyoming qualify as trade secrets or confidential commercial information and are therefore exempt from state public disclosure requirements.

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