Check out our latest technical report on the relationship between health outcomes and exposure to unconventional oil and gas development (UOGD).
In recognition of the national initiative promoting children's environmental health, we are providing a free workshop for teachers, nurses, and childcare providers on November 1st in Westmoreland County. Speakers will be presenting on air quality, asthma management, and steps to take to promote environmental health in schools and homes. Act 48 hours will be available. To read more about the workshop or register, click here.
We've created two new maps! The first map shows production activity in SWPA focusing primarily around Washington and Greene Counties in 2015. The second map depicts production for just Washington and Greene counties in 2015.
Our comments on the "Association Between Unconventional Natural Gas Development in the Marcellus Shale and Asthma Exacerbations" paper.
EHP and FracTracker are offering a full-time, joint Environmental Health Fellowship in the Pittsburgh, PA region from January 3, 2017 through June 30, 2017, with an additional two months (July 1 through August 31) full-time at EHP. To read more about this collaborative fellowship, click here.
Technical report on the Response to Governmental Action and Publication for Brooklyn Township, PA.
The Environmental Health Project (EHP) is a nonprofit public health organization that assists and supports residents of Southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond who believe their health has been, or could be, impacted by unconventional oil and gas development (UOGD, commonly known as “fracking”). Our team of medical professionals, community service professionals, and public health scientists is here to help!
Click on one of the icons below to learn about how UOGD (“fracking”) can affect your health and environment, and find out what you can do to protect yourself.