Dr. Simona Perry is Founder and Research Director of c.a.s.e. Consulting Services, Vice-President of the Board of Pipeline Safety Coalition, and Civic Professionalism Director of the Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network (LiKEN). She sits on the steering group of the International Permanent Peoples' Tribunal on the Human Rights Impacts of Fracking. In 2016 she was appointed to the US Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) Voluntary Information-Sharing System Work Group.
Trained as an environmental scientist and ethnographer, Dr. Perry works in rural and urban places across the US to document and raise awareness of the interconnections between ecology, psychology, politics, and culture. Some of her current projects include a collaborative long-term ethnography in Bradford County, Pennsylvania; an oral history and cultural resource inventory of Ogeechee River places and folkways in coastal Georgia; the creation of a survivors network for oil and gas pipeline disasters; and the development of oil and gas pipeline planning and disclosure resources and tools for the real estate profession in fourteen US states.
Contributions to HumansandNature.org:
Freedom of Expression and the Right to Information on the Shale Gas Frontier
A response to "Does fracking violate human rights?"
c.a.s.e. Consulting Services LLC
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