Welcome to the Environmental Health Project Events page. Click on the links below to learn more.
Join Marcellus Outreach Butler on September 28 at 1pm at the Butler Public Library to learn how fracking impacts your health.
Join EHP, The Center for Coalfield Justice, and FracTracker Alliance for a community meeting to discuss the effects of fracking in your neighborhood.
EHP is hosting a community discussion on Tuesday, June 18 that will bring together residents and experts to talk about the issue of childhood cancer in the region, how being exposed to environmental pollution may play a part, and where we might go from here.
Are you a health professional interested in learning more about shale gas development and health?
Join us on May 25th from 9AM – Noon for a FREE program for health professionals at the Community College of Beaver County.
Join us on May 23rd at 6:30pm for a forum on the impacts of fracking in Pennslyvania.
On April 30th at 7pm, come learn what you, your family, and community can do about plastics pollution — and how we can start to live without plastic.
Friends of Greene County Water and the Environmental Health Project are hosting an event that will discuss the health effects from fracking along with EHP's Shale Gas and Oil Health Registry and Resource Network.
Greene County community members, Greene County Water, and the Environmental Health Project are joining together to host an event on April 4th, 2019 from 7pm to 8:30pm at the Rogersville Center Township Fire Hall.
Collecting data and documenting health and environmental violations can be daunting. Many feel discouraged and simply give in to the industry’s narrative that there is nothing citizens can do to stop it. But that’s not true.