Because of your support, we’re winning real victories and making critical progress in banning fracking and keeping your food and water safe.
As a new school year starts, we’re ramping up efforts to take back the tap in colleges and universities nationwide.
- Corporate Control of Water
Last week, activists submitted more than 200,000 petitions to the state of Colorado in support of two strong anti-fracking ballot initiatives. But the oil and gas industry fought back – and it fought dirty.
Petitions are often a key and necessary step toward winning campaigns. And signing is the first step if you want to do more.
Thanks to the passage of a landmark bill, New York City has banned oil and gas drilling waste.
The alarming volume of food imports turned away at U.S. borders is raising some disturbing implications for the safety of our food under the TPP.
- Global Trade
Food & Water Watch Helps Gather Over 100,000 Signatures to Restore Local Rights to Ban Fracking in Colorado08.12.16
After months of hard work—and a few sleepless nights—organizers from Food & Water Watch helped deliver enough signatures to defend local rights to say no to fracking.
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Despite claims that California is leading the fight against climate change, Governor Jerry Brown has refused to phase out greenhouse gas emissions.
The March for a Clean Energy Revolution—the largest anti-fracking action in U.S. history—sent a powerful message to the DNC: we won’t lose.
- Climate Change & Environment