Halt high-volume, slick water, hydraulic fracturing
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Halt high-volume, slick water, hydraulic fracturing

    1. Jason Bell
    2. Petition by

      Jason Bell

      Evans city, PA

We, the undersigned, oppose high-volume, slick water, hydraulic fracturing (aka fracking) and call on federal, state, and local officials to halt the activity in their jurisdiction.  In its current form, fracking and its related infrastructures pose a grave danger and threaten to cause widespread irreparable damage to public health, ecosystems, the long-term economic health of local economies, and the social fabric of our communities.

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    • Barbara Kane Lewis CHENANGO FORKS, NY, NY
      • over 2 years ago

      High pressure hydraulic fracturing has far too many negative health effects. Instead we need to keep America safe for children, and all others living beings.

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    • Charlotte Fremaux SILVER SPRING, MD
      • over 2 years ago

      It is not worth the enormous risks to the environment to continue the relentless pursuit of squeezing every last molecule of fossil fuel out of the earth. Invest in sustainable energy sources and turn our future around.

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    • Anthony toth GREENVILLE, PA
      • over 2 years ago

      my house is surrounded by wells, my water is destroyed, the streams in my woods have no life left in them, change will happen one way or another.

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    • Ryan Griffin SELKIRK, NY
      • over 2 years ago

      I like clean drinking water.

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    • Nadine Grabania FRIENDSVILLE, MD
      • over 2 years ago

      Fracking threatens water and wastes water, in obscene amounts. We know from industry's own documents that casings will fail over time. We know we are suffering from draught conditions in much of the areas of the US where industrial shale gas development is occuring. How can we in good conscience allow what amounts to a national energy experiment to take place, using our water supplies and human lives as the subjects?

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