Sunday, February 2, 2014

Across the country people are saying: 


The Environmental Impact Statement released by the State Department on Friday does not take a stand on whether President Obama should approve the KXL pipeline. That’s good and bad: on the one hand, it’s better than the previous reports, which gave much more support for the pipe -- but on the other hand, it avoids the glaringly obvious fact that that a pipeline carrying 800,000 barrels per day of the world’s dirtiest oil would be a disaster for the climate, and the lives of Indigenous communities, farmers and homes along the route.
We’ve been in this place before. 

We may be here again. And what counts in moments like these are not the words in Washington’s reports, but rather the voices of people in the streets -- that’s what changes the equation for the President.

Tar Sands Action/ Josh Fox from JFOX on Vimeo.

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Community Rights Activists Speak Out

Published on Jun 11, 2013 Local activists talk about their work to pass community rights legislation at the local city and county level in an effort to stop natural gas fracking and the destruction of present and future environmental quality, particularly water!!! The health and safety of our democracy, our local grassroots democracy is at the core of this debate. This national and international movement is pushback against the privatization and corporatization of every last drop of fossil fuel energy at the cost of catastrophic global climate change

Wednesday, May 15, 2013