Tampa Bay Times opposes FPL fracking Oklahoma to send fracked methane through the Sabal Trail pipeline, and so can you, through this
petition by Food & Water Watch:
Tell PSC to deny Florida Power & Light’s request for fracked gas!
Remember, FPL’s parent NextEra Energy is
buying into green energy in Hawaii.
FPL should do the same in the Sunshine State.
You can also write letters to the editor, like
Vickie Machado sent to the Miami Herald
Don’t allow fracking in Florida,
6 December 2014, Continue reading FWW petition against FPL fracking
ecomment to FERC today or tomorrow for the Oct 11th
Global Frackdown event by
Food & Water Watch.
Easiest way is to use
FERC’s ecomment system:
here’s how to do that.
for FERC postal address, telephone number, and email address.
And you can call your newspaper or radio or TV station and recommend they
publish the SpectraBusters op-ed,
It don’t pass the smell test: FPL’s extra natural gas pipeline.
FPL wants federal eminent domain to gouge a hundred-foot right of
way for a yard-wide fracked methane pipeline through Alabama,
Georgia, and Florida, claiming Florida needs new power. That don’t
pass the smell test.
Or encourage reporters to write a story about it.
Or write your own letter to the editor or op-ed or rant and rave
or call in to your local radio station.
You can also Continue reading Comment to FERC for the Global Frackdown
An ally takes action against the methane pipeline
and for clean water and springs.
Food & Water Watch today posted
Stop the proposed natural gas highway near Florida’s Springs:
Tell Florida lawmakers to keep our springs safe!
It’s linked to a petition,
Sign the petition to keep the Sabal Trail Pipeline out of Florida!:
The Sabal Trail is a proposed pipeline that would run from Alabama
to Florida carrying natural gas extracted through fracking. Experts
fear that this pipeline will endanger our water resources as well as
senstive ecosystems in Florida, like our precious springs. The
pipeline will also encourage more hydraulic fracking or “fracking.”
Fracking is a type of gas drilling that injects millions of gallons
of hydraulic fluids — a mixture of chemicals, water and sand
— into a well to create pressure that cracks open rock
underground, releasing natural gas. This process can deplete and
contaminate local water, damage the environment and threaten public
the link and sign!