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At Last: FracFocus Now Publishing Machine-Readable Data

If you’ve been a faithful reader of this blog, you’ve seen a relentless series of posts from us criticizing the functional failures of FracFocus as a tool for the effective public disclosure of chemicals used for fracking at oil and gas drilling sites nationwide. Well, today we got some good news: FracFocus has finally stepped […]

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Natural gas and oil extraction with hydraulic fracturing – from exploration to completion

By understanding the many stages of oil and gas drilling, skytruthers can detect new activity on their own using imagery on SkyTruth Alerts.

SkyTruth is working to automate the detection of drilling sites around the world using machine learning. In the meantime, intern Dylan Thomson explains what skytruthers who care about drilling in their communities should look for when using satellite imagery on SkyTruth Alerts.

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From the Bird’s Foot to the Dogsleg: 2015 in Review

Our most recent trip around the sun was filled with growth and major (positive!) impact for the environment, so we’re inviting you to share in our success. Of course, SkyTruth is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, so your tax-deductible donation before midnight tomorrow will reduce your 2015 tax bill and help us keep a sharp […]

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SkyTruth Lately

 Wondering what SkyTruth has been up to lately?  Here’s a quick rundown: Pearl Award We were honored to receive the 2014 Jean and Leslie Douglas Pearl Award, given to those “dedicated to improving the lives of others and to providing a sustainable earth for future generations.” Pollution – Oil and Gas – Fracking MSNBC interviewed […]