Teleconference with Gasland’s Josh Fox

Dear Texas:

As natural gas production grows across the country, we are increasingly concerned about the environmental impacts and lack of safeguards to protect human health and our communities. The movie “Gasland”, which depicts what life is like in gas communities across the country, has generated a movement.

Please join us for an hour-long teleconference with Academy Award nominated filmmaker Josh Fox to discuss the movie and how gas activists across the country are organizing for change.

Event Details

WHO: You, your family and friends

Discuss the Academy Award nominated documentary, Gasland, with filmmaker Josh Fox

Wednesday, April 13th. Please note your time zone: 5-6 pm PT / 6-7 pm MT / 7-8 pm CT / 8-9 pm ET

RSVP by April 12:

This event has been organized on behalf of the Sierra Club’s Hydrofracking Activist Network, a resource with information and a forum for discussing natural gas issues across the country.

Thank you,

Deborah Nardone
Natural Gas Reform Campaign
Sierra Club

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2 responses to “Teleconference with Gasland’s Josh Fox

  1. Dear Mr. Fox, I have just seen your documentary, Gasland, and am extremely moved and frightened by the avoidance and denial of politicians, government, and oil and gas companies in these United States!! I lived in Midland, Tx. for 38 years and heard nothing but glowing reports about oil and gas!! I moved to Tennessee for the last 2 years and have not returned to Ft. Worth, Tx. area. Your reports scared me even more, now living in this area. My question is WHAT can I as one person do to help the environment and Sierra club fight against such destruction of our country and globe? I would like to participate in some way with saving this environment for my children and grandchildren. Please respond, if there is any place for me in your fight. Thanks, Diane Young

  2. I have now returned to Ft. Worth, Tx. area.

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