Join us at the U.S. Capitol to
stop the rush to drill, and put communities first
July 28, 2012 in Washington, DC
From California to New York, from North Dakota to Texas, people across the country are converging on the U.S. Capitol to tell Congress, the President and the world to end the rush to drill and STOP THE FRACK ATTACK.
JOIN US — a nationwide coalition declaring the time is NOW to use our collective power to end oil and gas drilling that harms public health, water and air quality, and the climate.
We are calling upon Congress and the President to stand with communities who want to protect their land, their health, their water, and their environment.
STOP THE FRACK ATTACK National Day of Action on July 28th, 2012.
Instead of pushing for the increased use of oil and gas, elected officials and public agencies must insist that the industry stop dirty and dangerous drilling and PUT COMMUNITIES FIRST.
As a first step, they must close loopholes in environmental laws – laws that every other industry must follow.
Join us on the U.S. Capitol Grounds on July 28th and join community leaders, celebrities and policymakers calling for a truly clean, fossil fuel free energy future.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
About Sharon Wilson
Sharon Wilson is considered a leading citizen expert on the impacts of shale oil and gas extraction. She is the go-to person whether it’s top EPA officials from D.C., national and international news networks, or residents facing the shock of eminent domain and the devastating environmental effects of natural gas development in their backyards.
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I’m so there.
Me too. There will the thousands.
U.S. and the world could stop fracking and break up OPEC at the same time.
Using solar water heaters, using solar steam generators, using biomass boilers, using ice storage air-conditioning systems.. the world could save a lot of natural gas.
Steam production consumes 25% of the total natural gas consumed in all of California.
With energy conservation and the Pickens Plan (the conversion of heavy trucks to compressed natural gas), the world could save up to 20 million barrels a day.
Than oil should drop down to less then $50 per barrel.
And OPEC should earn up to 70% less than today.