Citizens fighting to defend water, air and health from toxic fracking.

Another State Supreme Court Ruling for Environmental Rights

In its latest decision, the court holds that royalties received for drilling on state forest land must be used only for environmental purposes -- not for the general state budget.
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Jun 21

Marcellus Protest is one of eleven organizations who joined in a "Stop the Madness!" rally and march on Tuesday, June 20, in Pittsburgh. Our purpose was to stand in solidarity with those who are bearing the burden of fossil fuel madness, and to send a message the fossil fuel industries and to President Trump: "Not in our name!"

Jan 7 2017

Happy New Year, I would like to propose we make one additional commitment this year.  This commitment is to care about the water we drink as we try to remember how we impact or influence the quality and quantity of the water resources.  Although it is the beginning of a new year (wishing you GOOD Luck in 2017!), for the water cycle the new year started in October.  This is the time of the year whe

Sep 27

New Report: Under Clean Power Plan, Natural Gas Consumption in PA Will Increase By Estimated 72% by 2030 if All Approved Power Plants Are Built

Jun 17

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The Dirty Gas Loophole
in the Clean Power Plan

Pennsylvanians Against Fracking Position Statement

May 2 2016

Please join Marcellus Protest and hundreds of grassroots and other organizations for the Clean Energy Revolution and March. On July 24th, thousands of people from across the US will march in Philadelphia at the DNC (Democratic National Convention) to let the world know we need to keep fossil fuels in the ground and transition to renewables now. The Solutions Project shows us how this can be done.

May 2 2016

Please read this - it is the important !

Pennsylvania has suffered for years because of politicians who support extraction industries over the health of its citizens.

Now, after DEP's proposed CH 78 regulations went through the process of hearings, public input and IRRC approval, members of the House and Senate are intent on scuttling those regulations.


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