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Unfractured Future


For more up-to-date information, see www.shaleshockcny.org

Stopping the Threat of Hydrofracking

Learn What You can do Now!

DEC Comment Period on Hydrofracking Regulations Ends
40,000 comments received

The struggle continues with the focus shifting to Governor Cuomo and the NYS Legislature.
See ShaleshockCNY for full details.

Download NOON's newly updated Hydrofracking Primer (8 page pdf file) Bulk orders welcome!

Hydrofracking Restrictions Spread throughout the State: Check out the new google map
Please send updates and corrections to us so we can keep it current

The Economics of Hydrofracking - video of Deborah Rogers' January 17 presentation in Syracuse

NOON Releases White Paper on Hydrofracking Flowback Fluids
NOON is pleased to announce the release of "Wastewater Wasteland," a major investigation into the devastation being caused by hydrofracking flowback fluids in Pennsylvania and similar damage which will occur in New York State if fracking is permitted here. Download the report or a brochure to share with your neighbors.

Maps of gas leases in Onondaga County

Shaleshock CNY Website

Listen to "No Frackin' Way" by David Rovics

Excellent Presentation on Hydrofracking by Cornell Professor Dr. Ingraffea's talk
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3


Basic Information

Slickwater Horizontal Hydrofracking is a new process for natural gas extraction that could shortly be a regular process seen in upstate New York because of the extensive Marcellus and Utica Shale deposits found throughout Central New York and the Southern Tier. NOON and the Onondaga Nation oppose hydrofracking because of the intensive resource use and the environmental and health impacts that are often incurred from the drilling process, inevitable accidents, and their aftermath. Hydrofracking will harm our communities, our land, our water, and our air; the impacts will be felt for generations.



Hydrofracking sites scattered around the Upper Green River Valley, Wyoming.

Read more…

Talking/Writing Points to Support a Ban

Other websites:

http://www.un-naturalgas.org/

http://un-naturalgas.org/weblog/

NYSDEC’s dSGEIS on Hydrofracking – Comments Due December 31, 2009

ProPublica’s investigative journalism series on the impacts of Hydrofracking

A clearinghouse of information put together by citizens’ groups along the Southern Tier

Petition to ban natural gas drilling in NYS

Columbia University’s Urban Design Research Seminar’s case study on drilling in the Marcellus Shale

Democracy Now!’s interview with Walter Hang regarding Marcellus Gas drilling

TING (Tioga Investigates Natural Gas) Comprehensive Response to DEC dsGEIS (word file)