Free and open to the public: In University of Delaware's fourth annual environmental film series, they will examine how communities facing environmental degradation fight back. Join them for one or all of these thought-provoking documentaries and the faculty-led discussions following each film.
Citizens in the path of a drilling boom in the western U.S. discover that they don’t own the rights to mineral resources beneath their land and struggle against the erosion of their dreams, liberties, communities, and health.
(2009, 76 minutes)
Discussion leader: Jerry Kauffman, School of Public Policy and Administration and Director, Delaware Water Resrouces Center
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