Retract The Fracked Report


Earlier this summer, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a study that was quoted in many headlines as finding that fracking poses no “widespread” risk to drinking water. But even that summary is a lie and Now the EPA's own Science Advisory Board (SAB) says so.

EPA can't prove fracking is safe (or dirty) -- because their study is based on limited information shared by the fracking industry. Now their own SAB has criticized the flawed headline of that report, that fracking is unlikely to lead "to widespread, systemic impacts on drinking water resources in the United States."

The SAB meets next week to consider public comments. Let's show them that all this report really shows is the ongoing, systemic connection between the fracking industry and EPA -- and a troubling trail of evidence linking fracking to pollution and public health impacts.

Sign here to add your name to the growing chorus of concerned citizens who are calling on the EPA to retract the fracked report!

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