30 Oct '14, 12pm

Sign This Petition to Help Stop Fracking in National Parks

Sign This Petition to Help Stop Fracking in National Parks

Want to help protect your national parks from toxic fracking activities ? There’s an opportunity to do so right from your computer screen. Left Action aims to keep the oil and gas industry out of U.S. parks and public lands, and they need you to sign their latest petition . According to Left Action, “The oil and gas industry is already fracking in some national forests like the Allegheny National Forest in Pennsylvania. They are also fracking on lands adjacent to national parks like Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks in California.”

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/sign-this-petition-to-help-stop-frac...

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