Katherine Cirullo

Katherine Cirullo is the communications assistant for Food & Water Watch. She provides support to the communications team in a number of ways, particularly by tracking and organizing media and writing and editing press materials. Katherine received a B.A. in sociology with a concentration in environmental studies from Colorado College. She also has experience in the field studying agro-ecology and political ecology of forests and oceans in Thailand. She can be reached at kcirullo@fwwatch.org.

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Sunday, March 22, 2015
Ten Ways to Protect the Human Right to Water on World Water Day
“Water is a commons, a public trust, and a human right.” — Maude Barlow “No water, no life. No blue, no green.” – Sylvia Earle Water is an essential common resource that nobody, and no thing, can live without. But around the world, even here in the United States, the human right to safe, clean,...
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Saturday, January 31, 2015
The Super Bowl: Football, Food and…Fracking Ads
Super Bowl commercials are famous for being the most expensive ad buys of the year. These commercials are designed to persuade by using tactics that tug at our heartstrings , make us laugh or promise a better life. The oil and gas industry is no stranger to these strategies. After what must have...
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Saturday, August 30, 2014
How the Fracking Industry Undermines Labor
Is there a salary worth risking your health or even your life? Big Oil and Gas might think so, but the ex-industry workers with whom we spoke aren’t so convinced. Today, Food & Water Watch released Toxic Workplace: Fracking Hazards on the Job , a research brief that exposes the dangers of...
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Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Frackademia Exposed: Federally Funded, Industry Driven
Recently, Steve Horn of the DeSmog Blog uncovered shocking information that leaves us shaking our head at our nation’s leaders and our once trusted scholars. Embedded in the Energy Policy Act of 2005 is section 999, which describes the U.S. Department of Energy-run Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA).
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