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YOU ARE HERE Launches!

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For two years, Sane Energy Project has been working in collaboration with our upstate allies and some amazing technical consultants to create a groundbreaking, interactive mapping tool that catalogs the existing and proposed shale gas infrastructure in New York State. … Continue reading

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The Climate March, Explained

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We know, it’s a complicated event. Here’s our guide  to the march logistics and our picks for the best satellite events leading up to Sept. 21st.

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YOU ARE HERE photos

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The contributors to the mapping project joined us to put a human face on the places at risk or already devastated by fracking infrastructure in New York. These are our neighbors, and they are dealing with pipelines, compressor stations and … Continue reading

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Reportback: FERC rally in DC

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The march on FERC headquarters was a resounding (if soggy) success! For the full summary and lots of great photos, click here!

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The Regulatory Trap

Excerpt from the CELDF Democracy School: 1. The regulatory system guarantees that the environment will be damaged, that the system actually permits it to occur, and that the system is built to recognize certain constitutional constraints. 2. Our “engaging in the regulatory … Continue reading

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FERC and the Regulatory Trap

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By Citizen Sane (John Trallo) Reposted with permission  The oil and gas industry, as they work towards turning North America into a ‘third-world’ style extraction colony, is now in the process of expanding their pipeline infrastructure on an unprecedented scale. The agency that … Continue reading

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June 2014 Reportback

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June was a time to hit the road AND the streets for Sane, with outdoor events in Long Beach, Westchester, the city’s harbor and West Village. Indoors, we testified at a City Council hearing and continued putting final touches on our Mapping … Continue reading

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