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Fall 2022 Halt the Harm Network Summit

Hosted by Halt The Harm Network
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About Event

Halt the Harm Network is hosting an online summit to connect people working on oil & gas issues around the country.

  • Tuesday – Opening Session

  • Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday –  30+ Live-Stream Interviews and conversations all throughout the day. Tune in live throughout the day.

  • Friday –  Nationwide networking call


(Register to access the speaker directory and RSVP to specific sessions)

Tuesday, November 15th

  • 11:00 AM ET - Barb Jarmoska, Keep It Wild - Playing the long game: Overcoming defeat and setting new goals in the oil & gas fight

  • 11:30 AM ET - Judith Enck, Beyond Plastics - Telling the truth about plastic pollution

  • 12:00 PM ET - Jackie Sawicky, Concerned Citizens of Navarro County - Pushing back against the Bitcoin Empire in Texas 

  • 12:30 PM ET - Barbara Arrindell, Damascus Citizens for Sustainability(DCS) - Precautionary approach to fighting oil & gas

  • 1:00 PM ET - Beka Economopoulos, The Natural History Museum - “We Refuse to Die” - Exhibition and movement building with the Natural History Museum

  • 1:30 PM ET - Kelly Sheehan, Sierra Club - Stopping gas exports to protect public health and avert the climate crisis!

  • 2:00 PM ET - Ben Hunkler, Ohio River Valley Institute - Shared prosperity in the Ohio River Valley

  • 3:00 PM ET - Karen Edelstein, FracTracker Alliance - Using maps to inspire action

  • 3:30 PM ET - Kristina Marusic, Environmental Health News - Stories of plastic, toxic chemicals, and oil & gas pollution

Wednesday, November 16th

  • 11:00 AM ET - Jamie Henn, Fossil Free Media - Making headlines / Getting press coverage

  • 11:30 AM ET - Jason Corwin, OJI:SDA' Sustainable Indigenous Futures - Victory against the Epiphany Allegheny corporation and the ongoing battle against the Northern Access Pipeline in NY

  • 1:00 PM ET -Dana Kuhnline, ReImagine Appalachia - Building power across labor, environmental advocates, faith-leaders, and racial justice leaders in Appalachia

  • 1:30 PM ET -  Eric de Place, Beyond Petrochemicals Campaign - The Beyond Petrochemicals Campaign

  • 2:00 PM ET - Brian Hedden, Earth Dog Films - Colorado’s oil and gas wars - Upcoming documentary film

  • 2:30 PM ET - Sharon Wilson, Earthworks - Making the invisible visible – FLIR camera to expose oil & gas pollution

  • 3:00 PM ET - Alexis Goldsmith, Beyond Plastics - Skill building for grassroots organizers

  • 3:30 PM ET - Ted Glick, Beyond Extreme Energy - The campaign to replace FERC with FREC

Thursday, November 17th

  • Kirk Jalbert, Civic Science for Environmental Futures Collaborative, Community science, data, and information technologies in the environmental justice movement

  • Amy Panek, Park Foundation, Funding to Protect the Environment

  • 11:00 AM ET - Raina Rippel, Communitopia - Transformative Climate Education for all

  • 11:30 AM ET - Lisa Johnson, Lisa Johnson and Associates - Legal advocacy for fracking victims and learning industry tactics

  • 12:00 PM ET - Cassandra Clark, Yale School of Public Health and Yale Cancer Center - Unconventional oil and gas, childhood cancer, exposure assessment

  • 12:30 PM ET - LuAnne Kozma, Committee to Ban Fracking in Michigan - Getting a statewide ban on fracking and fracking waste on the ballot in Michigan

  • 1:00 PM ET - Rebekah Sale, Property Rights and Pipeline Center - Protecting landowners’ rights against pipeline development

  • 1:30 PM ET - Tammy Murphy, Physicians for Social Responsibility Pennsylvania - Addressing the Health Impacts of Fracking

  • 2:00 PM ET - Diane D'Arrigo, Nuclear Information and Resource Service - Risks of radioactive waste

Friday November 18th

Please create a profile and RSVP to specific events to explore the discussion spaces, set up your profile, and leave comments for summit speakers.