Revoke the Free Pass to Pollute!
Polluters have had a free pass to dump into our rivers, lakes, and streams. Tell EPA to revoke the pass today!
We Need to Reduce Methane Emissions from the Oil & Gas Industry
Stonger Methane Pollution Standardswill protect Americans! The time is now!
Sacrificing Water for Oil and Gas Profit
The Aquifer Exemption program essentially “writes off” potential groundwater sources

The Issues

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Protect Our Water and Health
Fighting harmful impacts of oil & gas production.
Reducing exposure to toxic chemicals in products.
Innovative programs to reduce waste

From We All Live Downstream

Nasty Brown liquid discharged from a pipe. Photo credit: Dragana Gerasimoski / Shutterstock
July 28, 2016

Thousands of Water Pollution Permits in the U.S. Are Outdated and Threaten Water Quality – But We Can Fix It.

Pumpjacks with a methane flare in the background. Photo credit: Leonid Ikan / Shutterstock
July 22, 2016

On Thursday, California’s Air Resources Board (CARB) took a big step to rein in harmful emissions from oil and gas operations. Methane, a common byproduct of oil production and a major component of gas, is a potent greenhouse gas that is 86 times more heat trapping than carbon dioxide in the short term.

pump jack / photo: shutterstock, Arina P Habich
July 11, 2016

If it feels like the oil and gas industry has a leg up when it comes to developing policies that affect our health and the environment – you are not crazy.

That is exactly what has been happening for decades and it’s not an accident. There has been a calculated effort from the industry to leverage its resources to influence policy decisions and to elect favorable candidates to develop those policies.

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