Calls to Action
Calls to action from local, regional, state-level, national, and international organizations.
Sign the Petition to Governor Wolf Calling for a Moratorium on Fracking to Protect Public Health
From Karen Feridun at Berks Gas Truth:
Pennsylvanians Against Fracking steering committee member Food & Water Watch has obtained documents from the Pennsylvania Department of Health showing that the agency has had a clear pattern of responding inadequately to fracking-related health complaints. In many instances, the Department of Health responded to serious health complaints by pushing the complaint onto another agency or suggesting that individuals seek out expensive tests on their own dime.
Much of this negligence occurred before Governor Wolf came into office, but the problem is now his responsibility. Governor Wolf must act immediately to halt fracking in Pennsylvania now, and put forward a plan to help individuals already adversely impacted by fracking.
We’re asking our friends everywhere to join us in calling on Gov. Wolf to protect the people of Pennsylvania. Please sign and share our petition!
Boycott Food Companies that Oppose GMO Labeling
You may be surprised to learn that major organic brands oppose labeling of GMOs in foods. Organic Consumers Association, Cornucopia Institute, Mercola.com, and Natural News, have pointed out the gross hypocrisy and greed of large food and beverage corporations that sell billions of dollars worth of organic and natural food—and are bankrolling the opposition to GMO labeling. More (including a list of the brands)…→
Links to Action Pages of Other Organizations:
- Change.org’s Petitions –change.org – has free online petition tools that anyone can use for social change: start, join, and win campaigns for social change.
- Clean Water Action: Action Center
- Food & Water Watch: Action Alerts
Personal motivations for activism
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