Rally: Californians Against Fracking - SF

When & Where
Gov. Jerry Brown's Office State of California Bldg.
455 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA
May 30, 2013 - 12:00pm
Contact
Rose Braz
rbraz@biologicaldiversity.org

If you live in California, you can help make history with the Center when we join in launching Californians Against Fracking, a statewide coalition working to ban fracking in California.

Fracking poses a direct and immediate threat to California's drinking water, air, food, health, wildlife, climate and economy. While the state prides itself on being a leader in the fight against climate change, oil companies are gearing up to frack the estimated 15 billion barrels of oil in the Monterey Shale. This area is home to some of the state's most productive farmland, critical water sources, important wildlife habitat and communities from the Salinas Valley to the Los Angeles Basin.

In both Los Angeles and San Francisco, more than 60 labor groups, farmers, public health professionals, environmental and environmental justice organizations and local residents will come together to call for a ban in California on the dirty and dangerous practice of fracking.

Join hundreds of Californians as we take our message directly to Governor Brown and deliver tens of thousands of signatures on petitions to ban fracking at rallies in front of the his offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

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