Posts by Robin


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Hoots and Hollers Robin Aug 3, 2013
The Great Ohio River Relay Needs You!
August 29 update: The kick-off event will be in Pittsburgh at the Mr. Rogers statue, not Point Pleasant Park Calling all kayakers, canoeists, bicyclists, walkers, runners, rollerbladers or anyone who can transport a baton by any non-fossil fuel means. And, calling anyone who can attend a rally. We’re going to need you to help us […]More
Issues: FrackingHealthMarcellus shaleSocial justiceWater
Hoots and Hollers Robin Aug 29, 2012
Just Coincidence? Health Issue Convergences
Imagine: you move to a new community and discover at least half of the residents have brain tumors, and that there is a forty percent greater likelihood that babies born into this community will suffer from serious birth defects compared to their peers in other communities. Would you want to know what is causing all […]More
Issues: HealthMarcellus shaleMountaintop removal
Hoots and Hollers Robin May 31, 2012
A Warning from Doddridge County
What’s worse than mountaintop removal water polluting your Memorial Day Holiday? Possibly “brine water” from fracking operations. To see why, view this YouTube  video and this one, along with the photos posted here. During Memorial Day weekend, Doddridge County residents tested road puddles made where a gas company truck had just sprayed, reportedly to control […]More
Issues: Marcellus shale
Hoots and Hollers Robin Apr 3, 2012
Let’s Talk Energy Ethics
Topping my list of things to be thankful for these days is the National Council of Churches’ (NCC) strong support for ending the ravages of mountaintop removal (MTR) coal mining. The National Council of Churches, with an office located in DC, recently hosted an event called “Ecumenical Advocacy Days.” Of the more than 800 participants […]More
Issues: EnergyFaithMountaintop removal
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