North Braddock residents (via Edith Abeyta) have activated an action alert calling on everyone to send questions via email to the East Pittsburgh Zoning Board regarding the upcoming virtual public hearing for a conditional use permit in their community by Merrion Oil and Gas.
NoPetroPA is deeply disappointed that any institute bearing the name of Rachel Carson has found it worth their while to accept sponsorship from Range Resources...
“Every Nation on the planet, except the US, has recognized the dire threat of climate change and is committed to carbon reductions. Currently, the state of Pennsylvania has fully embraced frack gas which is just as big a threat to our climate as coal. We must redirect their attention to advance clean energy and clean energy jobs. Working together, we can change our future for our children and their children.” --Larry Schweiger
It is difficult to wean ourselves off of natural gas if companies like EQT are a critical source of funding for our community. This campaign is an essential part of a comprehensive strategy to resist the petrochemical build-out in SW Pennsylvania.
North Braddock Residents For Our Future is requesting residents sign up to speak at tomorrow's Allegheny County Council meeting to speak out against the planned fracking well at Braddock's Edgar Thomson Mill.