Halt the Harm Network

Halt the Harm Network provides support in your fight against the oil and gas industry. 
As a member of the network, you have access to support services such as the leader directory where you can connect with others based on skill and interest. If you have a campaign you will be able to reach hundreds or thousands of more people than you would be able to on your own.  
Halt the Harm Network was involved in creating this resource center as part of its service offerings. 

The core service provided by the network are:

  • Leader Directory
  • Network Forum
  • Help Center
  • Alliance Map
  • Campaign Support
    • Facebook Ads Support
    • Crowdfunding Support
  • Webinar Series
  • Halt the Harm Podcast

About the Services

Our directory gives you the ability to find people with similar interests and complementary skills – and then instantly connect with them.
Our webinar series is a place where leaders can share strategy, insight, and teach what they know. Together we're building a knowledge base and a rich library of materials.
We have some more advanced tools that give serious leverage to your campaigns. For example, one of our services allows leaders to send emails to supporters in a specific zip code. Another one displays a map of organizations working on preventing fracking and challenging permits. Another tool gives you access to a vast database of litigation to support your campaign.

Our Mission:

HalttheHarm.net is a people-powered network connecting Leaders and Supporters in the movement to halt the harms of fracking, to solve problems, collaborate, share ideas, inspire each other to halt gas development's impact on our families, communities, and environment.
We aim to serve and support the community activists, leaders, experts, and other individuals advocating for the changes needed to halt the harm caused by fracking. This site is for people working in the movement to connect them to each other and to share and access services, resources, and tools.

Why Build a Network?

The harms from fracking are real and well-documented, affecting air and water quality, public health, worker safety, wildlife and many other aspects of our lives.
Industry impacts have given rise to a movement of dedicated individuals across the country fighting to protect against these dangers. They are advocating for legal and policy solutions and uncovering vital new information about the impacts of fracking and the tactics of fracking apologists seeking to expand drilling at all costs. But they face a sophisticated, well-financed and unrelenting oil and gas industry that spends millions each year on advertising, lobbying and campaign contributions to buy power and influence at the national, state and local levels.
The goal of the website, halttheharm.net is to expand the base of leaders and other advocates working to halt fracking’s harms and to help them connect with other leaders or individuals interested in getting involved. And it aims to organize the tools and supports they need to carry on their work to halt the harms of fracking in their region or community.
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