Fracking

Election 2018 Update

Check out Environmental Action’s post-election look at the changing political dynamics around some key issues across the country.    Election 2018 The votes haven’t yet been entirely counted. But the consequences for wolves, elephants, manatees and everyone affected by climate change are as clear as they’re ever going to be.Here are three takeaways from the results: 1. Endangered species should rest a little easier, […]
RNC platform fracking

It’s no secret that of the two major political parties, the Republicans are the less climate hawkish. All through the early part of the primary process, we pressured candidates from both parties — but especially the Republicans — to face up to the facts that climate change is real, caused by humans and that we need a massive national response at all levels of […]
Join the Clean Energy Revolution

This summer, all eyes will be on Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention July 25-28. But before the press and delegates show up, there’s something important the nation (and all those politicians) need to talk about: Fracking and fossil fuels. More specifically, the fact that America’s boom in fracked gas and extreme energy is endangering our health and climate, and […]

The Michigan primary has been over for weeks now, and with it, so is the focus on Flint, Michigan by the press, by the larger public and even by candidates running to be President. Previously showcased as the issue du jour by Secretary Clinton, which included appearances with embattled Flint Mayor Karen Weaver, local news outlets now accuse Mrs. Clinton of […]
Senate Energy Bill vote

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Dem Debate

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will meet in Brooklyn for the next #DemDebate on CNN and NY1 on April 14, five days before a crucial primary election in New York state.The last few debates on CNN have included questions on fracking and Climate Change, which is crucial for the next President to deal with. But New York is a one-of-a-kind stage. […]

Fracking is a bigger issue in Florida right now than just about any other place in America. That’s why I traveled to the State Capitol in Tallahassee earlier this year and worked with friends from ReThink Energy Florida, Speak Up Wekiva and Environment Florida to fight the pro-fracking Senate Bill (SB) 318. The bill would expand fracking throughout the state […]
New Lease On life Gulf action

Yesterday was a turning point in our movement to keep fossil fuels in the ground. For the first time ever, we shut down a BOEM event related to the auction of fossil fuels on public lands – in this case under the Gulf of Mexico – and sent a powerful message to the Obama administration and Big Oil companies everywhere that to stop […]
Florida #GopDeabte

The next #GOPDebate was March 10, at Florida’s University of Miami. CNN hosted again with our old friend Jake Tapper of The Lead at the helm. This was the last debate before the March 15th Florida and Ohio primaries, a pair of winner-take-all contests in the respective home states of Marco Rubio and John Kasich.It’s no secret we’ve had some issues with Jake Tapper’s previous […]
Florida #DemDebate

The next Presidential #DemDebate is tonight, March 9, in Miami, Florida. It’ll be the second time Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have met this week – and their eighth debate of the primary election.Univision will broadcast the debate in Spanish with Maria Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos of Univision moderating along with Karen Tumulty from their co-host The Washington Post. There were some dramatic results to the […]