We Can Ban Fracking Where We Live

Governor Cuomo of New York has declared a statewide ban on fracking. Local citizen-led initiatives in Ohio, Texas, New Mexico*, and California have banned fracking. Communities across the United States and world are saying NO to this environmentally disastrous method of extracting fossil fuels from the land.

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I support banning fracking everywhere.

1001-1025 of 25233 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add a comment if you ...
24233 4.4 years ago Rose Ann Kaiser Huntington, IN , US
24232 4.4 years ago Jim Watkins Kentwood, MI , US
24231 4.4 years ago Michael Wilson Portland, OR , US Fracking is a crime against Nature. It attacks the natural balance of the planet we live on. Its effects are immediate and long lasting. It is unsustainable.
24230 4.4 years ago Jim Watkins Kentwood, MI , US
24229 4.4 years ago Dana McMaster Denver, CO , US
24228 4.4 years ago Richard Dunkin ELLIS, KS , US
24227 4.4 years ago Anonymous los angeles, CA , US
24226 4.4 years ago Barbara Crow Moulton, AL , US There is absolutely no question in my mind that fracking is very, very bad for groundwater, the environment, air, streams, human and animal health. Every state should ban this horrible practice.
24225 4.4 years ago Katheryn Jeffery Dallas, TX , US
24224 4.4 years ago Rhetta Alexander Van Nuys, CA , US
24223 4.4 years ago Antonio Rodriguez Pomona, CA , US Enviromental destruction in the name of outdated energy system. We deserve much better than hidrocarbon fuels, polutants all over.
Do not frack mother earth any more.
24222 4.4 years ago Alice Groner Easton, PA , US
24221 4.4 years ago Meghan Olafson Federal Heights, CO , US It should go without saying, however fracking is poisoning everything near it. It is time to say goodbye to poisons and find a new way to meet our energy needs. Starting with conservation.
24220 4.4 years ago Richar Tittle Kingsport, TN , US Fracking will contaminate ground water with deadly chemicals. It's time we convert as much as possible to alternative forms of energy. The US can sell the dirty stuff thousands of miles from us. The...
24219 4.4 years ago Sharon Powell Grand Marais, MN , US
24218 4.4 years ago Anonymous WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA , US
24217 4.4 years ago James Sellers Saint Louis, MO , US It's time has come to stop these Companies from ruin any of the Countries land for their gain. If they insist on doing this they should have live within one block of it and drink the water from the ...
24216 4.4 years ago Benno Friedman Sheffield, MA , US
24215 4.4 years ago Mandy-Lou Dumesny-Blahut Sunbury, ot , AU
24214 4.4 years ago Robert Smith Victoria, BC , CA
24213 4.4 years ago Paula Bourgeois Woodland Park, CO , US
24212 4.4 years ago Michael Eisenberg Raleigh, NC , US
24211 4.4 years ago Pam Dupree Raleigh, NC , US
24210 4.4 years ago Bruce Berger Aspen, CO , US Fracking is an intrusion on our lands for a bridge fuel to nowhere.
24209 4.4 years ago Valentina Mamut Sosa Miami, FL , US
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New York State Report on Fracking
The Atlantic: The Alarming Research Behind New York's Fracking Ban
Governing.com: Fracking Wells State Map
National Geographic: Could New York's Fracking Ban Have Domino Effect?

* Albuquerque Journal: Judge Overturns Mora County's Drilling Ordinance
New York Times: Heavyweight Response to Local Fracking Bans