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Petitioning National Public Radio (NPR)

Begin responsible reportage on shale-gas drilling


Fracking is the most dangerous threat to the future of the environment. Already in mre than 30 states across the United States, in Europe, and throughout the world, fracking injects millions of gallons of highly toxic fluids deep into the earth. This fluids contains carcinogens, endocrine disruptors, and pollutants that escape the well and leak into nearby aquifers, killing plant and animal life and rendering the environment completely poisonous. NPR has not been reporting this situation accurately, instead broadcasting the propaganda of the gas industries and disregarding the serious health threat posed to everyone across the world. Unless NPR begins responsible and accurate reportage on this issue, I will stop listening and supporting it and encourage my friends to do the same. 

Letter to
National Public Radio (NPR)
I just signed the following petition addressed to: National Public Radio (NPR).

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Begin responsible reportage on hydrofracking

Hydrofracking is the most dangerous threat to the future of the environment. Already in 34 states across the United States and throughout Europe, hydrofracking injects millions of gallons of highly toxic fluids deep into the earth. This fluids contains carcinogens, endocrine disruptors, and pollutants that escape the well and leak into nearby aquifers, killing all plant and animal life and rendering the environment completely poisonous. NPR has not been reporting this situation accurately, instead broadcasting the propaganda of the gas industries and disregarding the serious health threat posed to everyone across the world.
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Sincerely,