EHP defends public health in the face of shale gas development.

We provide frontline communities with timely monitoring, interpretation, and guidance. We engage diverse stakeholders: health professionals, researchers, community organizers, public servants, and others. We do so because knowledge protects health. 

 

What's New

Celebrating 10 Years

Since 2012, EHP has helped frontline communities defend themselves against the health impacts of shale gas development. We've collected and analyzed data, engaged with policymakers, and supported advocacy campaigns across the globe. We're just getting started. Join the celebration.

Read Rose's Story

View our latest personal narrative featuring Marianna, PA, resident Rose Friend. 

Upcoming Event: 2022 Public Health Summit

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to Shale Gas and Public Health: Translating Science into Policy, a public health summit hosted by EHP.  This event will be held virtually on February 22, 2022. Learn more about the event and register here.

Resources

 
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Individuals & Communities

If you live near shale gas activity, you're not alone. Millions of people in America alone live within one mile of a shale gas well. The good news? You can take steps to better protect yourself and your loved ones from the impacts of shale gas development. View our resources.

Health Professionals & Public Health Officials

Thank you for your commitment to defending public health. EHP provides extensive resources to health professionals and public health officials across a variety of specialties. View our resources to access our Health Professional Toolkit, featured research reviews and factsheets, and more.

Researchers

For 10 years, EHP has been the go-to organization for resources on shale gas development and public health. View our resources to access our community-based research, published papers, factsheets, and more. Interested in collaborating? Contact us for more information.

Policymakers

EHP regularly works with policymakers at the local, state, and federal levels to defend public health in the face of shale gas development. Learn more about shale gas development and associated health impacts at the link below. There, you'll also find a database of our research, factsheets, and position statements.