Josh Fox

Oscar-nominated filmmaker Josh Fox discusses the threats to civil disobedience on the frontlines of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests and encourages all to visit Standing Rock.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Josh Fox discusses the threats to civil disobedience on the frontlines of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests and encourages all to visit Standing Rock.
The gathering of nations at the confluence of the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers is an historical event that, until the warrants
Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Josh Fox shares what you can do to fight for a better world -- and what a changing climate can never take away.
Josh Fox says Sanders' plan to tackle climate change is the "only realistic one."
The film opens with Josh dancing to Beatles music. He's celebrating because the fight to protect his home, the subject of his Emmy-winning documentary, Gasland, is over. His small community on the Delaware River successfully fought off the fracking industry.
Knowing few would hold him accountable during the heated presidential race with Mitt Romney, Obama used the campaign as political cover to deliver Keystone South to TransCanada.
With loud megaphones and ongoing geopolitical tensions between the U.S. and Russia with no end in sight, one can rest assured Rasmussen will not be the last one to repeat this meme, just as he was not the first.
A gentle and welcome rain falls around us here at our Island home, rippling through our ponds, splashing on leaves, nourishing
The skewed IEC award stunned many in Illinois' diverse environmental community, which had been deeply divided over the backroom negotiations on an admittedly flawed regulatory bill earlier this summer.
I have a love-hate relationship with hydraulic fracturing, but my affection for the drilling method has nothing to do with its so-called benefits.
Film: Gasland Part II (2013) Director: Josh Fox (Gasland, The Sky Is Pink) Genre: Documentary (120 minutes) Josh Fox is a
The statement that fracking is safe is at this point a political statement, reflective of a policy agenda that promotes full-scale exploitation of fossil fuels and propounds that it is wise to continue to propel the current global economic paradigm with finite energy sources.
What would the July 4 holiday weekend be without fireworks? Somehow the ones emerging from the faucets of ordinary citizens
The fracking rush in the heartland may have been unleashed by ill-conceived regulatory measures last month, but frontline organizations and citizen groups in southern Illinois are not throwing in the towel -- or even taking vacations this summer.
Touted at first as being clean and efficient, it was supposed to become a legitimate replacement for energy-producing substances like coal and oil. It was the solution America needed to foreign oil imports.
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Documentarian Josh Fox is making the rounds in anticipation of the HBO premiere of "Gasland Part II," the follow-up to 2010