I did a post not too long ago about the danger of hydraulic fracturing contaminating our drinking water. Since then, I’ve seen more and more states encouraging their residents to take action to help ban fracking. Today I came across this video on Altnet urging the residents of New York to stand up for their state. Although this video is tailored specifically for New Yorkers, the issue spreads far beyond the city that never sleeps.

If you have a chance to watch the documentary “Gasland” I highly recommend it. For now, watch the video below and please share with anyone and everyone you know. This issue should not be taken lightly.

Be active! Learn more:

——-> Sign the Frac Act <——-

Watch the documentary “GasLand”

Visit the EPA website

Visit Cleanwaternodirtydrilling.org

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  1. September 4, 2012 at 6:09 pm, Eshwar wrote:

    Pennsylvania is fracking curtnoy! Well, we pale in comparison to Texas volume-wise, but PA is the fastest growing fracking operation in the curtnoy I think. There are a lot of fracking talks at CMU. I should watch that movie. The impression I have of shale gas is that developers are moving too quickly for government to regulate safety and environmental issues, but state government in PA is getting such a boost in commerce that its sort of in their interest to encourage the fast growth. I saw a talk from Tom Ridge in the fall just on shale gas and he is all for it but there were lots of people with different (and vocal) opinions in the room.


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