Giving control of the world’s water to private corporations would take away people’s options, giving human life entirely over to corporate greed.
by Elisabeth Parker •
Before the Clean Water Act of 1972, our waterways were clogged with flammable, toxic sludge. Today, we take clean water for granted … but maybe not for long.
by Liberal Lamp Post •
N.C. Fracking Chairman would rather people get hit in the head by ‘meteorites’ before admitting to the dangers of fracking pollutants.
If Kasich truly cares about the fish and freshwater provided by Lake Erie, he should grow a spine and stand against his party and the oil industry and sign the ban on fracking.
Hydraulic fracking is the process by which natural gas companies extract gas from shale through the use of chemicals under high pressure. These chemicals contaminate water to the point where people can literally set their water on fire while it is running through the faucet.
by Tex Shelters •
I am in favor of the Rosemont Copper open-pit mine because despite the incomplete environmental impact draft study by the U.S. Forest Service, I am sure that we can trust corporations to do what is best for the people in the region.