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Fracking | 2 July 2015

France’s Fracking Ban: Lessons for Latin America

By Eugenia D’Angelo, former AIDA intern, @DangeloEugenia Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking—the process of drilling into rock and injecting a more

Fracking | 23 April 2015

Stopping Fracking: Together We’re Stronger!

It’s an increasingly recognized reality: the world cannot burn its reserves of fossil fuels and expect the planet to be habitable. But more

Fracking | 12 January 2015

Fracking prohibited in New York, but promoted in Colombia

Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking , is an unconventional form of extracting oil and gas . The technique requires drilling first vertically and more

Fracking | 11 December 2014

COP20: Fracking, an experimental, hazardous and contaminating technique

During an event at the People’s Summit on Climate Change, a parallel event to the COP20 in Lima, fracking took center stage. Activists more

Capacity Building, Climate Change, Fracking, Public Participation, Toxic Pollution | 27 October 2014

Stopping the spread of fracking in Latin America

“Fracking” is short for hydraulic fracturing, a process used to extract oil and natural gas from historically inaccessible reservoirs. Fracking more

Fracking, Indigenous Rights | 21 February 2014

Indigenous leader condemns Brazil’s rights abuses at United Nations

Speakers highlight violations stemming from Amazon dams at Human Rights more


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