FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 29, 2015 Environmental groups call out Gov. Jerry Brown for continuing to allow fracking and other oil and gas extraction methods In response to Gov. Jerry Brown’s mandate to state and local agencies Thursday to reduce
Governor Jerry Brown has just two days left to respond to a legal petition filed by more than 150 California organizations demanding an emergency moratorium on fracking. The petition, filed on February 26, came after the shocking revelation that the oil
The science is already in on fracking: The fossil fuels that this extreme oil and gas extraction technique aims to unearth will cook the planet. And many of the chemicals used in fracking — chemicals now finding their way into
*Story updated on January 29th The California Crossroads Tour has completed its run up the state of California, mobilizing communities, and encouraging audiences to sign up to get on the bus to the March for Real Climate Leadership taking place
Statewide coalition congratulates Gov. Brown, but reminds him that his views on fracking are not in line with those of the people who voted him into office.
In a new video marking the launch of the Faith Against Fracking (and other enhanced oil recovery!) coalition, Pastor Sauls from the Holman United Methodist Church in Los Angeles calls on people of faith to tell Gov. Brown to stop
Environmental groups, including Californians Against Fracking, Sierra Club, Clean Water Action and the Natural Resources Defense Council, have issued a statement in response to the final draft regulations required by Senate Bill 4: “Final draft regulations rife with industry loopholes
By: Ash Lauth The People’s Climate March didn’t just happen in New York, it happened right here in California. And it wasn’t just on September 21st, it’s every day that Californians make a proverbial march against climate chaos. And it
Following Gov. Brown’s Remarks at the UN Climate Summit, Bill McKibben and Californians Against Fracking Issue Statement on Gov. Brown and California’s Commitment to Climate Action. As a global leader in climate action, California must also ban fracking.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, May 19, 2014 Contact: Walker Foley, firstname.lastname@example.org, 818-943-1783 Lupe Anguiano, LULAC, 805-630-4344 LEAGUE OF UNITED LATIN AMERICAN CITIZENS (LULAC) CALLS ON GOVERNOR BROWN TO BAN FRACKING Leaders vote at LULAC state convention to support statewide and local