Take Action on Fracking

Tell the EPA to reopen investigations into fracking-related water contamination

Fracking is polluting our water. Who shut down the EPA investigation?

Momentum is building to re-open the EPA investigations into fracking contamination in Dimock, PA, Pavillion, WY, and Parker County, TX.

Already over 270,000 people have signed a petition to the EPA demanding they re-open the investigations and take real action on fracking.

One week from today, thousands of young activists will flood Pittsburgh for Power Shift 2013 and show our opposition to fracking -- help us build the call for the EPA to take real action on fracking even louder!

Here's the petition we'll deliver to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy:

Over the past year, the Environmental Protection Agency has repeatedly shut down its own fracking-related water contamination investigations after being pressured by the oil and gas industry.

Thanks to EPA whistleblowers, the Los Angeles Times reported that the fracking investigation in Dimock, Pennsylvania, was shut down despite evidence from EPA's water tests that Dimock's drinking water was polluted with toxic fracking chemicals.

Tell new EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and President Obama to make sure the EPA does its job: Reopen these fracking investigations and provide residents with safe drinking water.