The mission of Our Water, Our Air, Our Rights is to help people protect their right to clean air, pure water, and to the preser- vation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment. We acknowledge that Pennsylvania's public natural resources are the common property of all the people, including generations yet to come. Our Water, Our Air, Our Rights, through its educational programs and other actions, shall strive to preserve and protect these rights for the benefit of all the people.

Dr. Anthony Ingraffea at Mercyhurst University

Dr. Anthony Ingraffea appeared at Mercyhurst University on October 26, 2015 to discuss a number of issues connected with unconventional drilling. During his lecture, he discusses leaky wells, airborne contamination, climate change and alternative energy.     (1 hr, 31 min)

Fracking Issues and Problems

Two physicians - Sam Kim, MD and Jan Hendryx, DO - discuss health hazards of fracking in this presentation at Edinboro University. They also present scientific evidence about the dangers fracking has for employment, the environment and the economy.        (1 hr, 45 min)

Fracking Consequences - A Personal Story

Maryanne Stein and her family moved into their home in 2003 in a beautiful living area. Nine years later a fracking operation moved into the area and disrupted their lives with constant noise and pollution that destroyed their property and possibly some of their animals.     (18 min)

Two Views from the  Pads

In this video, Mac Sawyer, who was a worker for the gas industry, and Lee McCaslin, who was a master driller on oil, conventional and nonconventional (fracking) drilling pads, discuss the corruption and problems they encountered and their thoughts about future issues.       (9 min)
Videos Our Water, Our Air, Our Rights
Photo by Paulio Shakespeare
The mission of Our Water, Our Air, Our Rights is to help people protect their right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment. We acknowledge that Pennsylvania's public natural resources are the common property of all the people, including generations yet to come, Our Water, Our Rights, through its educational programs and other actions, shall strive to preserve and protect these rights for the benefit of all the people.

Dr. Anthony

Ingraffea at

Mercyhurst

University

Dr. Anthony Ingraffea appeared at Mercyhurst University on October 26, 2015 to discuss a number of issues connected with unconventional drilling. During his lecture, he discusses leaky wells, airborne contamination, climate change and alternative energy.     (1 hr, 31 min)

Fracking Issues

and Problems

Two physicians - Sam Kim, MD and Jan Hendryx, DO - discuss health hazards of fracking in this presentation at Edinboro University. They also present scientific evidence about the dangers fracking has for employment, the environment and the economy.        (1 hr, 45 min)

Fracking

Consequences -

A Personal

Story

Maryanne Stein and her family moved into their home in 2003 in a beautiful living area. Nine years later a fracking operation moved into the area and disrupted their lives with constant noise and pollution that destroyed their property and possibly some of their animals.     (18 min)

Two Views from

the  Pads

In this video, Mac Sawyer, who was a worker for the gas industry, and Lee McCaslin, who was a master driller on oil, conventional and nonconventional (fracking) drilling pads, discuss the corruption and problems they encountered and their thoughts about future issues.       (9 min)

Videos

Our Water, Our Air, Our Rights
Photo by Paulio Shakespeare