JOIN US ON THE CAPITOL STEPS FOR FRACKING AWARENESS 11-18

6a00e551eea4f588340167648cfd95970b-800wi      The horror story that has been unfolding will come front and center at the Event planned for next tuesday.

Clean Up Pennsylvania Rally in Harrisburg, PA
Capitol Steps, Harrisburg

Filthy energy makes for filthy government. Join Pennsylvanians Against Fracking to rid Harrisburg of the gas industry’s dirty political influence.

Tom Wolf just won the election to be Pennsylvania’s next Governor. As Governor, Wolf will have the power to halt fracking. However, we know it is going to take a lot of pressure to win a statewide moratorium.

That pressure starts November 18th in Harrisburg. We’ll use a big box of cleaning supply to show the next Governor how to clean up our state. Please also bring your own cleaning tools- brooms, mops, sponges- get creative! We’ll also bring some homemade solar panels to shine sunlight- the best disinfectant- on the Capitol.

Sign up today and let us know if you need transportation:

Southeastern PA: Click here to get on the bus to Harrisburg from Philadelphia. We’ll have pick up locations at 30th Street Station and King of Prussia!
Southwestern PA: Email Diane Sipe at mpro113@gmail.com to get plugged into carpools with Marcellus Outreach Butler and Marcellus Protest!
Lehigh Valley: Email Tara at tzrinski@fwwlocal.org to join the Lehigh Valley carpool!
State College: Email Melody at hickoryhaven@hotmail.com for the State College carpool.
Northwest PA: Email Sam Miller at bearwalker33@roadrunner.com to get plugged into a carpool from the Erie County area!
Let us know if you want to coordinate a carpool from your community by emailing sbernhardt@fwwatch.org
This event is the first rally held by Pennsylvanians Against Fracking, our new coalition with groups including Berks Gas Truth, Delaware Riverkeeper Network, Marcellus Outreach Butler, Marcellus Protest, PennEnvironment and Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Water and Air.

For more information, check out our new Pennsylvanians Against Fracking website:
PAAGAINSTFRACKING.ORG

Date: Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Address:
N. 3rd Street
Harrisburg, PA 17120

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The Sunoco “Mariner East II” GROUND ZERO IN THE PIPELINE WAR

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5331c87b83485.preview-620 Sunoco’s “Mariner East Project” is just one example of the total disregard the fossilfuel industry has for the people of this country.
Slicing through prime organic farmland (said to the best in the WORLD let alone PA or the USA), streams, wetlands, rivers (some endangered) and communities all to deliver “Fracked” Natural Gas to proposed LNG facilities that are being met with extreme opposition from the communities that they are destroying.
Being a totally speculative, petro-based fuel allows for it to sway radically in price from not only year to year but sometimes because of algarythamic trading it can fluctuate greatly on a minute to minute basis. This is the price of having your fuel 5000 feet underground and controlled by Wall Street.
Let’s take a look at 4 victims in Pennsylvania that aren’t human but certainly are the pulse of our Keystone State.
1. Organic Farmland: http://www.farmlandlp.com/
2.Local Streams: http://www.fishandboat.com
3.Wetlands: http://www.aswm.org/swp/pennsylvania9.htm
4.Rivers: http://www.sustainablebusiness.com/index.cfm/go/news.display/id/22418
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