A critical moment has arrived in the course of the new legislative session in Tallahassee. We must get the two ban fracking bills introduced into the session. These are HB19 in the House and SB166 in […]
Dear friends and coalition partners, I wanted to send you a quick update about the anti-fracking campaign and tell you about some upcoming events. We’re excited to say that we are up to 33 […]
Food and Water Watch has issued a small bulletin giving a summary of fracking and its dangers which we are re-printing here. The anti-fracking movement is just that, a movement with momentum which is growing […]
Food & Water Watch Saturday, October 11: Global Frackdown Sign Up to Join an Event Near You to Take A Stand Against Fracking! Together, We Can Protect Our Communities and Ban Fracking Now! […]
Food & Water Watch Tell Governor Scott to Protect Florida Residents Call for a Statewide Ban on Fracking! Gov. Scott: Stand Up for Florida! 1408_PubLand_Convio_CypressEverglades.jpg Ban Fracking in Florida! This summer’s shutdown of […]
Fracking is the process of injecting a massive volume of water, sand, and chemicals underground at high pressure to break up a rock formation, allowing oil or gas to flow up the well.
Fracking threatens the air we breathe, the water we drink, the communities we love and the climate on which we depend.
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Fracking involves the injection of millions of gallons of “frack fluid” into dense shale rock in order to crack the rock and release oil or natural gas. Frack fluid contains any combination of up to nearly 600 chemicals along with millions of gallons of water and sand. People who live in areas where fracking occurs experience contaminated water, reduced property value, increased truck traffic, loud noise, explosions and even illness.
You can find reports and fact sheets on our site: http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/water/fracking/
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