A Frank Discusson about Fracking, Without all the Fracas...
Join us Thursday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m. to experience a respectful dialogue among leading experts about the controversial use of hydraulic fracturing –fracking—with an emphasis on its economic impact in Pennsylvania and surrounding states.
William Freeman, founder of Freeman Astor and past chair of the Natural Gas Use Committee of the Marcellus Shale Coalition and Deborah Lawrence Rogers, founder and director of EnergyPolicyForum, will provide insight into the economics of fracking from pro- and anti-fracking perspectives. Chris Satullo, director of news and civic dialogue at WHYY and co-founder and co-director of the University of Pennsylvania's Penn Project for Civic Engagement, will moderate.
With an emphasis on productive conversation – not debate– this forum will offer you the chance to learn new things and question your own beliefs, while sending you home with concrete opportunities to take meaningful action.
About our Namesake
Bernard Wolfman was a champion of civil rights and renowned scholar of legal ethics and tax law. A chaired professor and dean of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and chaired professor of Harvard Law School, he committed his life to seeking justice through lifelong learning and civil discourse. So influential was he that a Google search of his name unleashes 40 pages of references. LEARN MORE ABOUT PROFESSOR WOLFMAN >