Stand Up: Protect Wildlife

Stop a million-acre fracking expansion in California

While California is aggressively pursuing a clean energy agenda to combat climate change, the Trump administration is proposing a one million-acre expansion of fracking that could bring pollution and habitat destruction to Central and Southern California, under a new Bureau of Land Management plan.

But California condors, San Joaquin kit foxes, blunt-nosed leopard lizards and other endangered species live where this fracking is likely to expand. If fracking moves forward, those vulnerable species will suffer even more from water and air pollution, habitat fragmentation, and disruptive noise.

These animals are already in trouble. We can’t let them take another hit for the sake of oil and gas companies’ profits!

Tell the BLM: Stop this destructive fracking expansion!

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