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Committee defeats bill tackling long-term mine pollution

Great Falls Tribune | Karl Puckett

March 25, 2015
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Lawmakers defeated a bill Wednesday that would have given authority to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality to deny permits for metal mines if it was shown that the mines would require long-term treatment of polluted water after they closed.

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Bad Romance

Fort Worth Weekly

March 25, 2015
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The oil and gas folks talk a big game about havingbromances. They promise big royalty checks to communities and in return give money to libraries, parks, schools, and cultural events. It’s so sweet! They attend town hall meetings and say the right things. You just want to pick them up in your arms and nibble their cheeks.

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Convergence of Local Control and Fracking Lights Up the Lege

Texas Observer | Priscila Mosqueda

March 24, 2015
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Even before voters in Denton passed a measure that made their city the first in the state to ban fracking, state lawmakers were talking about filing legislation to block the ban. On Monday, more than four months after the Denton vote, a House committee discussed two bills that would derail local efforts to curb fracking. House Bill 40 would generally block cities from regulating oil and gas activity, and House Bill 539 would make cities and municipalities that do ban fracking pay for it—literally.

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Interior Releases First Federal Fracking Rule, Requires Chemical Disclosure, Safeguards

BNA | Tripp Baltz

March 23, 2015
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March 20 — The Interior Department released a final hydraulic fracturing rule designed to require the oil and gas industry to engage in “safe, responsible drilling” on federal and tribal lands.

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The Texas Legislature Wants to Charge Towns That Ban Fracking

Vice News | Meredith Hoffman

March 23, 2015
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Fumes that smelled like "a skunk dissolved in acetone" and vibrating noise "like a constant bass" penetrated Maile Bush's Texas home for months after a fracking company started drilling across the street in 2013. About 250 fracking wells popped up in Bush's quaint town of Denton over the course of a few years — in subdivisions, near parks, and by schools.

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The Texas Legislature Wants to Charge Towns That Ban Fracking

Vice News | Meredith Hoffman

March 23, 2015
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Fumes that smelled like "a skunk dissolved in acetone" and vibrating noise "like a constant bass" penetrated Maile Bush's Texas home for months after a fracking company started drilling across the street in 2013. About 250 fracking wells popped up in Bush's quaint town of Denton over the course of a few years — in subdivisions, near parks, and by schools.

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Obama administration releases first major rules on fracking

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Stephanie Ritenbaugh

March 20, 2015
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The Obama administration on Friday released the first major regulations on hydraulic fracturing, the drilling technique that has allowed the United States to rival the Middle East and Russia in oil and gas production but has also stirred controversy over its environmental and health impact.

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New Federal Fracking Rules Draw Swift Response

InsideClimate News | Lisa Song

March 20, 2015
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The Interior Department released long-awaited rules today for oil and gas wells on federal and tribal lands. Four years in the making, the regulations take aim at the environmental risks of hydraulic fracturing, an extraction technique used on 90 percent of the nation's wells.

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Oil industry says new rule will lower use of freshwater

New Mexican | Staci Matlock

March 18, 2015
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A new rule approved by the state Oil Conservation Commission will allow oil and gas producers to reuse water produced during drilling.

Industry officials say the rule, which allows companies to store drilling water in open pits, will lead to a reduction in the use of fresh water for drilling and hydraulic fracturing.

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Tagged with: oil and gas, water pollution, new mexico, water, water usage


Petitions seek more protection for trout, grizzlies near Rock Creek Mine

Missoulian | Rob Chaney

March 17, 2015
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Opponents of the proposed Rock Creek Mine near Noxon have filed petitions for new protections of bull trout and grizzly bears they believe will be threatened if the mine opens.

Earthjustice associate attorney Katherine O’Brien said new information from the nearby Montanore mine environmental impact statement showed the Revett Minerals Inc. Rock Creek project could do serious damage to the Bull River and Rock Creek. Those two waterways are essential spawning areas for bull trout, which is protected under the federal Endangered Species Act.

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Fault Lines

Fort Worth Weekly | Peter Gorman

March 11, 2015
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The first time Cathy Wallace felt an earthquake was last Dec. 15. She was sitting with her husband in their Irving home discussing retirement when “the whole house started swaying,” she said. She thought the house might collapse. It didn’t, and in a few minutes things calmed down — for a while.

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Colorado land impact of oil and gas boom: scars spread and stay

Denver Post | Bruce Finley and Joe Murphy

March 1, 2015
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Oil and gas companies have yet to fully restore land around half of the 47,505 inactive wells in Colorado, and 72 percent of those un-restored sites have been in the process for more than five years, The Denver Post has found.

The state requires oil and gas companies to restore all sites completely — to reduce erosion, loosen compacted soil, prevent dust storms and control invasions of noxious weeds.

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Bigger bond for metal mines sought

Great Falls Tribune | Karl Puckett

February 16, 2015
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The Senate Natural Resources Committee heard testimony on a bill Monday that would increase the amount of bonding required for developers of metal mines, a move supported by conservation groups and opposed by the mining industry.

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Gold Jewelry’s Dirty Environmental Secret

Discover Magazine | Karen Emslie

February 14, 2015
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Gold is a modern expression of love, and every Valentine’s Day thousands of shoppers browse boutique windows full of the stuff. Over 90 countries mine the gold that is fashioned into jewelry, with China currently topping the exporter tables (though as illegal exports are rampant in some countries, exact figures are hard to pin down).

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Opponents say mine threatens Patagonia drinking water

Arizona Daily Star | Tony Davis

January 24, 2015
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A proposed, $834 million silver mine in the Patagonia Mountains could deplete the region’s dwindling groundwater supplies and is likely to worsen existing acidic runoff into streams, says a new report from two opposition groups.

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Study: Upper Ojai exposed to toxins

Ojai Valley News | Kimberly Rivers

January 23, 2015
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An air study using infrared analysis, air sampling and health surveys has found that Upper Ojai is exposed to at least 15 different toxins linked with oil and gas production.

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Environmental group says oil and gas industry hurts air quality

Bakersfield Californian | Courtenay Edelhart

January 22, 2015
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The environmental group Earthworks has released a report that raises questions about possible adverse health effects from living near oil and gas production.

The 56-page report, "Californians At Risk: An Analysis of Health Threats from Oil and Gas Pollution in Two Communities," examined air quality around oil wells in Lost Hills in Kern County and Upper Ojai in Ventura County.

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Obama Is Planning New Rules on Oil and Gas Industry’s Methane Emissions

New York Times | Coral Davenport

January 14, 2015
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In President Obama’s latest move using executive authority to tackle climate change, White House officials on Wednesday announced plans to impose new regulations on the oil and gas industry’s emissions of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. The administration’s goal is to cut methane emissions from oil and gas production by up to 45 percent by 2025 from the levels recorded in 2012.

The Environmental Protection Agency will issue the proposed regulations this summer, and final regulations by 2016.

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Obama administration unveils new methane emission rules

Politico | Erica Martinson

January 14, 2015
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The Obama administration’s new strategy to cut methane emissions from oil and gas operations is too weak to meet even the White House’s goals, let alone slow the changes in the climate, critics charged after the plan was unveiled Wednesday.

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New York fracking ban reverberates nationally

Al Jazeera | Peter Moskowitz

December 17, 2014
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The news took even the most seasoned environmental activists by surprise: after years of review, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that New York State would ban hydraulic fracturing.

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New York plans to prohibit fracking

USA Today | Jon Campbell and Rick Jervis

December 17, 2014
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Fracking is out in New York.

New York's health and environmental commissioners Wednesday rejected the prospect for "high-volume hydraulic fracturing" in New York -- better known as "fracking" -- saying that health risks, the potential of local bans and limited available land would outweigh the benefits of the controversial drilling technique.

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Mining proposal threatens Arizona town’s water supply

High Country News | Sarah Tory

December 5, 2014
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Just eighteen miles north of the Mexican border, the town of Patagonia, Arizona sits cradled by 4,000 foot high mountains– a high desert oasis of oak and piñon pines, home to the rare ocelot and jaguar. But scattered throughout those mountains are abandoned mine shafts and tailings from the town’s not-too-distant past.

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Federal land deals full of thorny trade-offs

LA Times | Lisa Mascaro

December 4, 2014
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Oe of the most ambitious public lands packages in years is speeding through Congress after being quietly attached to a must-pass bipartisan defense bill that cleared the House on Thursday.

The measure includes about 70 public lands projects, including the first national monument status for ice age fossil beds in Nevada, protection for about 275,000 acres of Montana's rugged Rocky Mountain Front and a land swap that clears the way for a controversial southeastern Arizona copper mine.

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Fracking ban goes into effect in its birthplace

RT

December 3, 2014
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An unprecedented ban on fracking went into effect Tuesday in Denton, Texas, a town of 123,000 located on top of the natural-gas goldmine that is the Barnett shale formation, the birthplace of the much-maligned oil and gas extraction method.

Denton voters approved the ban last month, making it the first city or county to do so in the energy-rich, fracking-heavy state of Texas.

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Conservationists: Cabinet Mountains Wilderness values threatened by mining

Missoulian | Mitch Landers

November 27, 2014
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Hiking the four-mile trail into Rock Lake from the Noxon area weighed heavy on Jim Costello, especially after he met a budding family from Spokane.

The couple was packing a toddler along the soothing rumble of Rock Creek for his first wilderness experience.

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Small quake shakes Dallas area, stirring fracking critics

Reuters | Jim Forsyth

November 23, 2014
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A light earthquake shook the Dallas-Ft. Worth area of North Texas on Saturday night, leaving no known damage or casualties but stirring concern about the potential of the area's oil and gas fracking industry to generate seismic activity.

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Not-so-wild wilderness: Mining proposals threaten Cabinet Mountains streams, lakes and grizzlies

Spokesman | Rich Landers

November 23, 2014
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Hiking the 4-mile trail into Rock Lake from the Noxon, Montana, area weighed heavy on Jim Costello, especially after he met a budding family from Spokane. The couple were packing their toddler along the soothing rumble of Rock Creek for his first wilderness experience.

He asked Jim and JoJo Lindenfelser if they’d heard of the Rock Creek Mine. They said no. He suggested they check into it.

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Hazards of Open Pits for Storing Wastewater From Fracking Is Focus of New Study

InsideClimate News | David Hasemyer

November 20, 2014
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Unlined open-air wastewater pits brimming with the toxic leftovers of fracking and other types of oil and gas development are threatening California's air and water quality, according to a study by two national environmental organizations.

A visit to a series of wastewater pits in California's Central Valley that sickened researchers prompted the study, according to the authors. Oil and gas drilling has been generating vast amounts of waste in the region for decades.

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Forest Service OKs Fracking in Forest Near Nation’s Capital

US News and World Report | Alan Neuhauser

November 19, 2014
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Oil rigs could one day join the treetops in George Washington National Forest south of the nation’s capital.

Despite protests from Virginia’s Democratic governor and environmental groups, the U.S. Forest Service announced this week it would make 177,000 acres – or about 17 percent – of the forest in Virginia available for leasing for horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

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U.S. to limit energy development in George Washington forest in Virginia

LA Times | Neela Banerjee

November 19, 2014
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Oil and gas development will be limited in the George Washington National Forest in Virginia, the U.S. Forest Service said Tuesday in a long-awaited decision over an area that’s home to the headwaters of rivers that provide drinking water for the 4 million people in the Washington, D.C., metro area.

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A town — in Texas, of all places — bans fracking

Washington Post | Lindsey Bever

November 6, 2014
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Across the country, hydraulic fracturing — pumping water, sand and chemicals into shale to release oil and gas, also known as “fracking” — has been both highly lucrative and highly criticized. Opponents claim it is an environmental disaster that pollutes the air, contaminates the groundwater and can trigger earthquakes. Its boosters argue it’s the key to energy independence for America and creates jobs, millions of them.

Now, fracking is under fire in a state where it began: Texas.

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Texas College Town Fracking Ban a Bad Sign for U.S. Boom

Businessweek | Bradley Olson and Jim Polson

November 5, 2014
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A small college town near the birthplace of the U.S. fracking boom voted yesterday to ban the practice in a day of mixed results across the country for an industry already reeling from falling oil prices.

The 59 percent of voters in Denton, Texas, who rejected the controversial drilling technique yesterday sent a message to the energy world every bit as powerful as the Republican takeover of the U.S. Senate: when it comes to the U.S. energy boom, all politics is local. And so far at the ballot box, the industry has lost more than it’s won.

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Texas oil town makes history as residents say no to fracking

The Guardian | Suzanne Goldenberg

November 5, 2014
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The Texas town where America’s oil and natural gas boom began has voted to ban fracking, in a stunning rebuke to the industry.

Denton, a college town on the edge of the Barnett Shale, voted by 59% to ban fracking inside the city limits, a first for any locality in Texas.

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Texas city bans fracking in its birthplace, court battles loom

Reuters | Marcie Richter

November 5, 2014
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Voters approved a ban on hydraulic fracturing in the north Texas town of Denton on Tuesday, making it the first city in the Lone Star State to outlaw the oil and gas extraction technique behind the U.S. energy boom.

The vote in the city of 123,000 was highly symbolic because hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking, is widely used in Texas, the top crude producer in the United States.

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These Towns and Counties Across America Just Banned Oil and Gas Fracking

Vice News | Laura Dattaro

November 5, 2014
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Voters in Denton, Texas approved on Tuesday a ban on horizontal, hydraulic fracturing, sending a message to the fossil fuel sector that concerns about air and water quality in some areas of the country may be trumping concerns about the economy — even in the region where fracking was pioneered.

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Public Trust in Pennsylvania Regulators Erodes Further Over Flawed Fracking Study

InsideClimate News | Lisa Song

October 23, 2014
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Pennsylvania regulators used flawed methodology to conclude that air pollution from natural gas development doesn't cause health problems. The revelation has further eroded trust in an embattled state agency.

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Supporters of Fracking Ban Face New Wave of McCarthyism in Denton, Texas

DeSmogBlog | Julie Dermansky

October 22, 2014
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Santa Fe, NM—(ENEWSPF)—October 20, 2014. A broad coalition of local and national conservation groups announced plans to sue the Bureau of Land Management (“BLM”), if the agency proceeds with the sale of 13 parcels (almost 20,000 acres of public lands) in the Santa Fe National Forest for oil and gas fracking. BLM received more than a hundred letters protesting the sale and challenging the agency’s failure to consider potentially serious impacts to the area’s air, water, wildlife, and surrounding communities.

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Acid-draining rock poisons water across Montana

The State | Sammy Fretwell

October 14, 2014
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BUTTE, MONT. — Tourism promoters charge people $2 apiece to look at the most notoriously polluted mining site in Montana, an old copper pit filled with toxic water that will likely never be cleaned up.

The Berkeley Pit, which dominates the landscape of Butte, is 1,780 feet deep and holds 42 billion gallons of water tainted by metals and acid. The contamination is so severe that site managers operate equipment to scare birds away from almost certain death.

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Cómo las petroleras hacen negocio con el agua que sacan de sus pozos en California

BBC Mundo | Jaime González

October 3, 2014
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Los embalses están en mínimos históricos, los acuíferos subterráneos se están agotando y las previsiones meteorológicas indican que en los próximos meses podría seguir sin llover.

Esta es la situación a la que tienen que hacer frente las más de 80.000 explotaciones agrícolas que hay en California, que están buscando desesperadamente nuevos tipos de suministro de agua con los que hacer frente a la grave sequía que afecta al estado desde hace tres años.

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The myth of ethical gold

New Internationalist | Stephanie Boyd

September 16, 2014
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Modern goldmining has developed a Midas touch, turning low-grade deposits into vast wealth but with devastating consequences: over 900 farmers poisoned by a mercury spill in the mountains of Peru; Akyim indigenous people from Ghana forced from their forest homeland; an Indonesian bay and fishing community contaminated by arsenic and mercury; the Western Shoshone nation in Nevada deprived of their treaty rights and ancestral land.

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Lachelt leads diverse group looking into well rules

Durango Herald | Peter Marcus

September 9, 2014
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La Plata County Commissioner Gwen Lachelt is readying to juggle multiple personalities after the governor announced the 19 members of a gas and oil task force.

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Oil and gas task force expected to find middle ground in Colorado local control issue

Denver Business Journal | Cathy Proctor

September 9, 2014
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Gov. John Hickenlooper said Tuesday that he expects the newly named 21-memberoil and gas task force to find areas of compromise on one of the state’s most important issues.

In a meeting with reporters in his office, the governor also thanked the members of the task force for their willingness to step into one of the state’s most controversial issues, and the organizations who submitted nearly 300 names for consideration.

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RJC Revealed

Rappaport | Brian Bossetta

September 1, 2014
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Across the many links in the jewelry supply chain, there are significant issues regarding human rights and the environment with which the industry must grapple, especially in light of increasing demand among consumers for ethically sourced products. And while there is no easy panacea for human rights abuses or harmful environmental practices, the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), a not-for-profit organization based out of London, promotes a climate of social responsibility that works to mitigate and eliminate harmful, negative practices within the industry.

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Inside Energy: Fracking and health, part 1

Prairie Public | Jordan Wirfs-Brock and Leigh Paterson

August 25, 2014
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The oil and gas boom of the 21st century has been fueled - largely -  by a technique called hydraulic fracturing.  Its given access to massive shale gas and oil formations in states like Texas, Colorado, North Dakota, and Pennsylvania. But what’s different about this boom, is that drilling is bumping right up against communities. And people are worried about the health impacts.

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Watch Six Months of Fracking Fires Blaze Across the Country

National Journal | Clare Foran and Stephanie Stamm

August 22, 2014
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Massive fires light up the sky in U.S. states at the center of a fracking boom.

The fires—known as flaring—are a symptom of the rapid spread of the controversial drilling technique. Cities and towns across the country are scrambling to keep up with a newfound surplus of natural gas, and towering flames arise when excess gas is burned off at drill sites. 

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The long shadow of a decade of loose enforcement

Boulder Weekly | Elizabeth Miller

August 14, 2014
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Pennsylvania and Colorado may be a nation apart, but they’re side-by-side when it comes to having recently seen explosive increases in oil and gas development, specifically through the use of hydraulic fracturing in shale formations that are often drilled horizontally. Findings from a report from Earthworks — a nonprofit working to protect communities and the environment from the adverse effects of oil and gas development — that examined the oversight and the operational record of wells in Pennsylvania sheds light on the concerns people in Colorado express when it comes to oil and gas development.

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Black Butte Mine aquifer tests move ahead

Bozeman Daily Chronicle | Laura Lundquist

August 7, 2014
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The Montana Department of Environmental Quality has given Tintina Resources the go-ahead to dig four new deep wells to test the aquifer near the proposed Black Butte Copper Mine but has added one safety requirement for the project.

Tintina will be drilling to depths of between 200 and 400 feet through mineral deposits that could cause chemicals in the upwelling water to exceed safety limits set by the Environmental Protection Agency. In particular, samples from other wells have exceeded EPA limits for arsenic.

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Imperial’s Mount Polley mine shuttered after tailings discharge

Mining Weekly | Henry Lazenby

August 6, 2014

TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – After a tailings dam broke at the Mount Polley mine, discharging about five-million cubic metres of mine waste in the early hours of Monday, operator Imperial Metals on Tuesday said the copper/gold mine had been placed on care and maintenance pending a full investigation.

The TSX-listed firm said the water and tailings discharge had by Tuesday stabilised, with no persons reported missing or injured.

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Hickenlooper seeks to halt oil-gas initiatives

The Coloradoan | Ryan Maye Handy

August 5, 2014
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Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday created a task force to address oil and gas development in Colorado, in an eleventh-hour attempt to foster compromise over the highly divisive topic before it hits the polls in November.

With Congressman Jared Polis by his side, Hickenlooper announced a "blue ribbon" commission of 18 people will be tasked with studying oil and gas development in the state. The plan is for the group to make recommendations to the state Legislature in 2015.

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Colorado Fracking Opponents Losing Local Control Fight

Bloomberg | Bradley Olson and Jennifer Oldham

August 5, 2014
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Colorado’s compromise with drilling opponents has dealt a blow to environmentalists’ expanding battle to give local communities more control to limit fracking.

Governor John Hickenlooper and Representative Jared Polis agreed to a deal that weakened the prospects for two proposed ballot initiatives aimed at restricting oil and gas activity, the two men said at a news conference in Denver yesterday. Polis, who was expected to help finance the campaign for the measures, agreed to withdraw his support after Hickenlooper promised to create a task force to study the industry’s impact on local communities.

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