Monday, September 17, 2012
Gasland” (2010, 107 minutes).
This movie presentation is co-sponsored by Kinnelon Conserves, the Franciscan Response to Fracking and Food & Water Watch.
Here are details:
Thursday, September 27, from 7 to 9:30 p.m, view the movie then participate in Q&A.
Josh Fox’s study of hydraulic fracturing (often called “fracking”) to obtain natural gas from shale leads him from his Pennsylvania home across the country, to Colorado, Texas, and other states, and to the Nation’s capital. He documents a dizzying number of cases of serious harm caused by this practice.
There is more to the discussion of America’s energy future than the one-sided ads from the natural gas industry. Come and learn more.
Anne Mandanayake from the Kinnelon Library shares the following additional information about Gasland the movie:
Faced with a lucrative offer to have drilling for natural gas take place on his parents’ Pennsylvania land, Josh Fox, in his award-winning documentary, travels to 34 states and talks to dozens of property owners and environmental experts on the under reported menace of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and the truth about the dangers of fracked gas.
Seating is limited, so please be sure to call the Library to sign up: 973-838-1321.
Here is the Gasland movie trailer: [view Gasland trailer on YouTube]