Friday, October 17, 2008

An Evening with the Oil & Gas Accountability Project

An Evening with the
Oil and Gas Accountability Project (OGAP)

Environmental, Public Health and Community Issues
Associated with Gas Development

Monday, October 20, 2008
7:00 p.m.

University Christian Church
2720 South University Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76109

Forum Speakers:

Gwen Lachelt, Director, OGAP
Oil & Gas Development in the U.S. : Community Issues and Organizing for Reform, Co-founder of OGAP, Gwen Lachelt’s mission is to protect homeowners and the environment from the impacts of oil and gas development. She has dedicated her career to reforming oil and gas policies and practices and has led precedent-setting campaigns to protect landowner rights, public health and the environment from oil and gas development throughout the U.S.

Jennifer Goldman, Public Health & Toxics Campaign Director, OGAP
Public Health Issues Associated with Oil and Gas Development
Jennifer Goldman works with communities across the U. S. and Canada on oil and gas reform efforts that address the environmental, social and public health impacts of dirty energy.

Wilma Subra, Subra Company
Oil and Gas Field Chemicals and Monitoring
Founder of the Subra Company and recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship “Genius” Award, Wilma Subra provides technical research and evaluation assistance to communities
in paving the way for policy changes impacting environmental
and human health issues at the state and federal level.


Presented by
The Fort Worth League of Neighborhoods
and The League of Women Voters of Tarrant County

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