Yesterday, along with friends like Sierra Club and Earthjustice, we delivered over 706,000 signature to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) telling them to plug the methane leaks from oil and gas drilling. Yesterday, the EPA's Science Advisory Board (SAB) also held a hearing on a report that claims fracking is unlikely to lead "to widespread, systemic impacts on drinking water," which thousand of you wrote to criticize.
Two big events on fracking in one day - and thanks to your support, both were BIG victories. Click here to read by whole report on the day's anti-fracking action. If you can please also consider chipping in a few dollars so that we can keep fighting.
Methane leaks and fracked water are serious problems. And yesterday, we made a dent in both. But the only real solution is to leave fracked gas, and all fossil fuels, in the ground. Now we need to keep the pressure on EPA and other Obama officials to make sure we shut down fracking everywhere. And we need your help to do it. Click here to chip in and support our anti-fracking work at the Paris climate talks, and beyond. Only by acting together can we build on yesterday's victories and secure a frack free future for everyone.
Sally and the fracking truth crew at Environmental Action