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Group Documenting Marcellus Gas Well Leaks

Public News Service | Dan Heyman

May 16, 2016
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Armed with a specialized thermal imaging camera, a group is traveling in the West Virginia Marcellus fields this week documenting natural gas leaks and pollution. 

Nadia Steinzor, eastern program coordinator for Earthworks, says the environmental group bought a forward looking infrared camera (FLIR) because most gas industry leaks of methane and volatile organic compounds can't be seen with the naked eye. 

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Feds Tighten First-Ever Methane Rules for Fracking, Pipelines

US News and World Report | Alan Neuhauser

May 12, 2016
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The Obama administration finalized and tightened the country's first federal rules limiting methane emissions from oil and natural gas sites Thursday.

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EPA Begins Crackdown on Methane Emissions

InsideClimate | Phil McKenna

May 12, 2016
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The Environmental Protection Agency announced new rules on Thursday to significantly reduce methane emissions from new oil and gas facilities as well as those undergoing modifications. The regulations are the first federal standards aimed at curbing methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, emitted by oil and gas production.

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Environmental groups sue over oil-field wastewater regulations

The Oklahoman | Adam Wilmoth

May 6, 2016
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Three environmental organizations this week sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, asking for national rules and regulations on the handling and disposing of produced water and other waste products.

The Environmental Integrity Project, the National Resources Defense Council and Earthworks filed the lawsuit in federal court in Washington, saying federal regulators need to set national rules following produced water spills in Pennsylvania and West Virginia and earthquakes in Oklahoma and Texas.

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Groups sue EPA for failure to update oil, gas industry waste regulations

Topeka Capital-Journal | Morgan Chilson

May 4, 2016
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Three environmental organizations filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the Environmental Protection Agency in a push for updated oil and gas industry waste regulations. They say outdated rules have led to an increase in earthquakes, groundwater contamination and other health and safety issues.

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Longmont fracking ruling: ‘Blow to democracy’ or ‘win for individual property rights’?

Longmont Times-Call | Karen Antonacci

May 2, 2016

The Colorado Supreme Court's decision that Longmont residents cannot unilaterally ban fracking within city limits prompted responses from around the state Monday.

The court upheld a previous ruling in a lawsuit brought against Longmont by industry group Colorado Oil and Gas Association, the state agency Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission and operator Top Operating.

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Colorado Court Strikes Down Local Bans on Fracking

New York Times | Michael Wines

May 2, 2016
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Colorado’s Supreme Court on Monday struck down local government prohibitions on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, handing oil and gas companies a victory in a lengthy battle over energy production in the environmentally conscious state.

In separate rulings, the court said a moratorium in Fort Collins and a ban in Longmont were invalid because state law pre-empted them. A lower court had reached the same conclusion earlier

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Air pollution from gas drilling requires action in Pennsylvania

Times Leader | Nadia Steinzor

May 1, 2016
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With summer around the corner, it’s time to start getting outdoors. Key to enjoying the season is clean air – knowing that when you walk, play or work in the garden and yard, the breaths you take won’t harm your health.

Many Pennsylvanians live without this assurance – and not just in cities or industrial centers anymore. State data show increasing levels of pollution from natural gas wells, storage equipment, compressor stations and processing plants.

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Methane Sleuths Monitor Seeping Gases From Oil and Gas Drilling

Dallas Observer | Julie Ryan

April 29, 2016
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Last Year’s Goldman Prize Winner Was Murdered. Could This Year’s Winner Be Next?

Foreign Policy | Megan Alpert

April 27, 2016
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Máxima Acuña, the Peruvian campesina who just won a Goldman Prize for blocking a gold mine in rural Peru, broke down in tears as she described watching workers from the Yanacocha mining company run over eight of her sheep in their trucks four years ago. “I’m not crying out of cowardice, and I’m not crying because people feel bad for me,”  she told Foreign Policy in an interview last week in Washington. “I’m crying because of everything that I’ve suffered.”

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State commission OK’s new oil and gas regulations

State Impact PA | Marie Cusick

April 21, 2016
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A state commission has signed off on significant changes to rules governing Pennsylvania’s oil and gas industry. The approval signals a final step in an often contentious, five-year effort by the Department of Environmental Protection to modernize drilling regulations.

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Regulatory reviewers approve major update to Pa. drilling rules

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Laura Legere

April 21, 2016
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Pennsylvania’s Independent Regulatory Review Commission approved a wide-ranging update to the state’s oil and gas drilling rules on Thursday, voting 3-2 that the changes proposed by the state Department of Environmental Protection are in the public interest.

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Why Oklahoma’s getting serious about earthquakes

WFAA | Brett Shipp

April 20, 2016
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OKLAHOMA CITY - The U.S. Geological Survey recentlyreleased a study indicating North Texas faces an increasing risk of a damaging earthquake in the coming year.

Scientists blame man-made activity, specifically drilling-related saltwater injection wells.

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Updating mining law would protect tribes’ water, health

Native Sun News | Talli Nauman

April 13, 2016
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Tribes, local governing bodies and private groups at every level should declare support for proposed regulations and two new federal companion bills that lead to reform of the 1872 Mining Law, Montanaenvironmental policy advocate Bonnie Gestring told an audience observing World Water Day at the Dahl Arts Center here.

“These bills to modernize the 1872 Mining Law would require the mining industry, for the first time, to pay a royalty to the federal government for the minerals they extract from public lands," said Gestring, Northwest circuit rider for the nonprofit Earthworks.

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Is the IOGCC, Created by Congress in 1935, Now a Secret Oil and Gas Lobby?

InsideClimate | Lisa Song

April 11, 2016
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When Congress severely limited the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to regulate hydraulic fracturing in 2005, it was a victory for a quasi-governmental organization that has been quietly working for decades to restrict federal oversight of oil and gas

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California Porter Ranch Gas Leak Killing Local Housing Market Sales

World Property Journal | Michael Gerrity

April 6, 2016
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According to a new study by RealtyTrac, the recent and unprecedented gas leak in Porter Ranch California is now having a devastating effect on the local housing market.

The Porter Ranch analysis shows that in the three months following the discovery of the gas leak in late October 2015, home sales in the Porter Ranch zip code (91326) plunged 44 percent while the share of all-cash sales spiked 50 percent during the same time period. Meanwhile, the median home sales price in Porter Ranch in the three months following the discovery of the gas leak dropped 1 percent.

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Lawsuit challenges approval of Montana copper, silver mine

AP | Matthew Brown

April 4, 2016
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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Environmentalists are challenging U.S. Forest Service approval of a $500 million copper and silver mine in northwest Montana, citing concerns from state officials that it could drain surrounding waterways and potentially harm a species of trout protected under federal law

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Colorado Sens. Bennet, Gardner urge law to spur cleanup at old mines

Denver Post | Bruce Finley

March 3, 2016
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Colorado's senators Wednesday urged fellow lawmakers to support "good Samaritan" legislation to spur voluntary cleanups at dormant mines polluting waterways around the West.

Sen. Michael Bennet also is pushing a more-ambitious reform of the nation's 1872 Mining Law to raise funds.

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Gas Money Gone

Fort Worth Weekly | Peter Gorman

March 2, 2016
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When the landmen arrived in Fort Worth in 2007, they didn’t promise that every home owner would make a killing from leasing his or her land for natural gas exploration. But they did promise that every house would be getting free mailbox money monthly for 30 to 50 years, maybe a couple of hundred bucks per home, even if that home sat on only a 6,000-square-foot plot.

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Colorado senators testify in support of good Samaritan legislation

Durango Herald | Edward Graham

March 2, 2016
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Leaking mines are an endemic problem in the West that far exceed the capabilities of the Eniveronmental Protection Agency to address alone, Sen. Michael Bennet on Wednesday told a committee discussing a planned bill that would allow organizations to help clean up abandoned mines.

“The bill will encourage states, local governments, nonprofits and companies to clean up abandoned mines,” Bennet said, citing the steps he and other lawmakers from Colorado have taken in working with stakeholders on all sides of the issue to craft the legislation.

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Montanore Mine seeks profit but squanders real treasure

Bonnie Gestring and Karen Knudsen

February 28, 2016
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The Cabinet Mountain Wilderness is a small gem in the northwest corner of our state that offers a rare glimpse of temperate forest, with towering red cedar, hemlock and moss-covered streams. This sliver of Wilderness is just 4 percent of the Kootenai National Forest, but it protects the headwaters of important river systems, provides refuge for native fish and wildlife, and is a lasting source of pristine water for those downstream.

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Long-stalled Montana mine gets conditional approval

AP | Matthew Brown

February 12, 2016
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BILLINGS (AP) — Montana environmental regulators granted conditional approval Friday to a long-stalled silver and copper mine proposed beneath a federal wilderness area, saying the developer must show before mining can proceed that the $500 million project won’t drain overlying creeks.

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Responding to Texas quake uptick, seismic study gets underway

Statesman | Asher Price

January 24, 2016

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Skeptics remain after power plan Q&A

Denton Record Chronicle | Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe

January 23, 2016
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A panel from Denton Municipal Electric fielded questions from a skeptical audience for nearly four hours Saturday over a proposal to replace the city’s current coal-fired power with new gas-fired power plants.

Questions and comments from the audience ranged from the pragmatic to the philosophical. They wanted to know why the city should build the plants knowing the rapidly changing energy market, the region’s poor air quality, the community’s stated values and the threat of climate change.

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Science panel faults EPA fracking probe for excluding baseline water testing

StateImpact PA | Jon Hurdle

January 13, 2016
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The Environmental Protection Agency’s landmark investigation into the impact of fracking on drinking water lacked baseline testing that would have made its results more illuminating, according to a scientific panel that assessed it, and independent analysts.

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Watch: Infrared video shows Porter Ranch leak spew 50,000 kilograms of methane per hour

KPCC | Sharon McNary

December 9, 2015
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A black vapor plume boils up from a point on a hillside in Aliso Canyon and spreads as a low cloud, hugging the landscape, moved along by a breeze. It's footage from a camera calibrated to make gases that would normally be invisible show up on video.

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Watch Methane Gas Eerily Float Over the Hills Near the Huge Porter Ranch Gas Leak

Curbed LA | Bianca Barragan

December 9, 2015
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Since Late October, a leak at a Southern California Gas Company facility in the Santa Susana Mountains has been spewing an incredible amount of methane gas, and the gas has been wafting into the nearby, wealthy Porter Ranch neighborhood, causing problems ranging from headaches to nosebleeds. SoCal Gas says it'll take weeks at least to fix the leak, and meanwhile they've relocated hundreds of people. To help people get a better idea of how dire the situation is, a cameraman working for environmental nonprofit Earthworks has captured images of a cloud of methane leaking from the Gas Company's Aliso Canyon natural gas storage site and crawling over the hills in the area. Armed with a "forward looking infrared camera calibrated to detect gases," the cameraman was able to make the gas—normally invisible to video as well as the naked eye—visible, says KPCC.

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Watch 50,000 Kilograms of Methane Per Hour Gush From a Busted Pipe

CityLab | Laura Bliss

December 9, 2015
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What does a pipe spewing 50,000 kilograms of methane per hour look like? You’d never know, as the highly flammable gas is invisible to the naked eye.But in the northern San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, where a ruptured pipe has been pluming natural gas for nearly two months, residents finally have their chance to see.

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Interior Secretary Jewell to testify on Gold King, mines at hearing

The Denver Post | Bruce Finley

December 8, 2015
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The Obama administration is weighing in on the problem of acid drainage from inactive mines, proposing a fee on companies working on public and private lands to raise funds for long-delayed cleanups

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Eco-group working to make invisible air pollution from Ohio’s Utica Shale visible to everyone

Akron Beacon Journal | Bob Downing

November 22, 2015
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BARNESVILLE: Peter Dronkers of Earthworks makes invisible air pollution from shale drilling visible to everyone.

The viewfinder of Dronkers’ special infrared gas-recording camera shows billowing clouds or wispy leaks.

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Residents air concerns about fracking at forum

Barnesville Enterprise | Cathryn Stanley

November 19, 2015
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Barnesville area residents were given the opportunity to learn about the impact of hydraulic fracturing on air quality and make public comments to share with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in an effort to strengthen proposed rules on air quality standards for the industry. On Saturday, Nov. 7, the Concerned Barnesville Area Residents hosted a forum at the First United Methodist Church in Barnesville. Information was presented by  Melanie Houston, Director of Water Policy & Environmental Health, Ohio Environmental Council and  Nadia Steinzor, Eastern Program Coordinator, Earthworks. Several area residents also shared their stories about the environmental and health impact they say fracking has had in the Barnesville, Somerton and Seneca Lake areas.

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Group Strives for tougher regulations on oil and gas drilling

Free Press Standard | Nancy Schaar

November 18, 2015
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A small group of local residents met Nov. 9 with officials from Earthworks of Washington D. C. to discuss and record their opinions regarding the lack of regulations for methane and other chemicals involved with the gas and oil industry.

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Forum gets input on tighter limits on methane, other chemicals released by the oil and gas industry

Canton Rep | Shane Hoover

November 9, 2015
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Tighter limits on the amount of methane and other chemicals released by the oil and gas industry is a win-win situation in Gail Walker’s view.

“This appears like a good and sensible step, both for my personal health here in Carroll County and for the well-being of the planet,” Walker, of Center Township, said Monday at a forum organized by local, state and national environmental groups in the heart of Ohio’s Utica Shale.

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Western senators launch effort to reform mining law to spur cleanup

Denver Post | Bruce Finley

November 5, 2015
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Western senators weighed in on the toxic mines problem Thursday, launching legislation to reform the nation's 1872 Mining Law and require companies to pay fees to create a cleanup fund for abandoned inactive mines.

The legislation introduced by Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet and New Mexico Sens. Martin Heinrich and Tom Udall would apply to existing and new mining operations. It aims to raise at least $100 million a year.

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Why capping methane leaks is a win-win goal for industry and environmentalists

PBS | Kathleen McCleery

November 4, 2015
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GWEN IFILL: But, first, natural gas is often considered a cleaner fuel than coal. It emits about half as much carbon dioxide. But the main component in natural gas is another greenhouse gas: methane.

As special correspondent Kathleen McCleery explains, that’s why both environmentalists and the energy industry are trying to find ways to capture leaks from oil and gas facilities.

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Mining reclamation requires funding

Durango Hearld | Peter Marcus

October 22, 2015
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Mining-reclamation experts this week told a congressional panel that good Samaritan legislation and funding for restoration efforts are “inseparably tied together.”

The comments came during a hearing Wednesday on good Samaritan cleanups of abandoned mines, held by the House Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment.

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Rep. Bob Gibbs seeks ways to clean up abandoned mines

Cleveland.com | Sabrina Eaton

October 21, 2015
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WASHINGTON, D. C. -- A half-million abandoned mines throughout the nation pose public safety hazards, particularly to water quality, and current federal and state cleanup programs don't adequately address the problem, environmental and mining experts told a congressional subcommittee on Wednesday.

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NO FRACKING: Activists push delegation to ban hydraulic fracturing

Fort Myers Beach Observer | Bob Petcher

October 21, 2015
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The supportive act to ban hydraulic fracturing by several local governments was echoed by activists during a county lawmaking session last week.

Representatives from three environmentally conscious entities held a press conference during the lunch break of the Lee County Legislative Delegation Meeting at Florida Southwestern State College to express opposition to "fracking" and a potential pro-fracking bill in Florida.

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Deep Sea Mining a New Ocean Threat

Huffington Post | Richard Steiner

October 20, 2015
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Adding to concerns about the disastrous decline in ocean ecosystems, now there is another emerging threat - deep sea mining. While shallow water mining for sand, gold, tin, and diamonds has been conducted for decades, commercial deep sea mining has yet to occur anywhere. But that's about to change.

Extensive deep sea mineral exploration is currently underway in international waters governed by the International Seabed Authority (ISA), under the U.N. Convention on Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), and within Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs) of many coastal nations.

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Grassroots network forms to monitor fracking front

Star-Telegram | Max B. Baker

October 12, 2015
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Cathy McMullen shook her head as a year of hard work went down in flames.

The leader of the Denton grassroots group that spearheaded the state’s first voter-approved ban on fracking last fall felt powerless as state lawmakers tossed the Denton ban onto the ash heap earlier this year. On a drive back from Austin, McMullen thought that after years of fighting, her activist days might be over.

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Legal Push to Get EPA to Finally Regulate Oil and Gas Waste

Public News Service | Dan Heyman

October 8, 2015
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The EPA has largely failed to regulate waste from oil and gas drilling, even though the agency admitted the hazardous nature of the waste decades ago. National and state-based groups are pushing for the agency to at last close the gap.

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Anti-fracking activists converge in Denver for meetings, protests

Denver Post | Bruce Finley

October 5, 2015
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Oil and gas drilling closer to communities along Colorado's Front Range, as seen in a struggle north of Denver, is putting residents and school officials on guard.

While Synergy Resources says it would tread as lightly as possible near Thornton, the lingering anxieties are an example of the sentiments that on Monday drove 230 activists from 30 states to demonstrate around Denver.

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NGOs: Study of world's first deep sea mine is misleading, fails to account environmental and social impact

International Business Times | Karla Tecson

September 30, 2015
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A coalition of non-government organisations and citizens from the Pacific, Australia, Canada and the US has expressed fresh opposition against the world’s first deep sea mine, situated in the Bismarck Sea of Papua New Guinea. The group, called Deep Sea Mining Campaign, launched a new critique which seeks to discredit the environmental and social benchmarking analysis, or ESBA, of the proposed Solwara 1 projectcommissioned by Nautilus Minerals.

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Arizona’s 100,000 Abandoned Mines Pose Environmental, Safety Dangers

KJZZ | Carrie Jung

September 28, 2015
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Opening a mine in Arizona today is no easy feat. It requires hundreds of pages of paperwork and several rounds of environmental studies. But, that wasn’t always the case. Until the 1970s the mining industry nationwide faced minimal regulation. That's left quite a mess behind.

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EPA Public Hearing On Methane Emmission Rules Held In Dallas

KERA | Christopher Connelly

September 24, 2015
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The federal Environmental Protection Agency was in Dallas Wednesday for a daylong public hearing on proposed rules that would govern oil and gas production.

The proposals are part of the Obama administration’s strategy to cut emissions of the powerful greenhouse gas methane in the production of oil and gas. The EPA’s Alison Davis said the new rules would expand on 2012 restrictions aimed at cutting smog.

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Udall, Heinrich propose bill requiring hard-rock miners to help pay cleanup costs

Santa Fe New Mexican | Justin Horwath

September 16, 2015
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New Mexico’s two U.S. senators say they will introduce legislation that would require companies digging for hard-rock minerals on public lands to pay royalties to help cover the cost of cleaning up tens of thousands of mines across the nation abandoned by the industry decades ago.

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Draining old mines foul Denver’s watershed every day with contaminants

Denver Post | Bruce Finley

September 16, 2015
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ALMA — Ninety miles west of Denver, 347 gallons a minute of acidic heavy metals leak into a tributary of the South Platte River every day from the defunct London Mine. Not even the bugs that fish eat have survived in South Mosquito Creek west of Alma, let alone the trout local leaders hope to restore for the South Park recreational economy.

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Groups push EPA to rewrite oil and gas waste disposal rules

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Don Hopey

August 31, 2015
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Seven environmental organizations say they will sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to force the agency to set new and tighter standards for disposal of oil and gas drilling and fracking waste that they say now threatens public health and the environment.

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America’s toxic mining pools: Ticking time bombs?

CNBC | Bob Woods

August 27, 2015
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On August 5, 3 million gallons of toxic sludge gushed out of the long-abandoned Gold King mine near Silverton, Colorado, and into the Animas River. The Tang-colored torrent, percolating with arsenic, lead and other pollutants, was inadvertently unleashed by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) contractors attempting to clean up wastewater that's been accumulating since the mine closed in 1923. 

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30,000 Leaky Mines Contaminating U.S. West’s Water Supply

Discovery News | Patrick Kiger

August 27, 2015
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Colorado is still recovering from an August 5 toxic waste spill that turned the Animas River a bright orange color. The leak, which amounted to 3 million gallons, was caused when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency  used heavy machinery to investigate pollutants at the Gold King Mine, north of Silverton.

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