We are continuing to work with communities to resist the expansion of fracking-related infrastructure, and in Philadelphia we are joining local groups in the fight against polluting refineries, pipelines, petrochemical facilities and other fossil fuel infrastructure.
And we are working throughout the state to fight against water privatization schemes, empowering community leaders to hold elected officials accountable and keep public resources under public control and free from profiteering corporations.
With pro-drilling politicians in power in Harrisburg, the best chance for stopping the fracking industry is by empowering local leaders to enforce local regulations to protect their communities.
- State Campaign
Sunoco is infamous for reckless drilling and polluting local communities. We won't let them build hundreds of miles of new pipeline across Pennsylvania.
Connect with an organizer in Pennsylvania
Megan McDonough, Pennsylvania Organizing Manager
Megan McDonough is the Pennsylvania Organizing Manager at Food & Water Watch. Based 20 miles South of Pittsburgh, Megan coordinates Food & Water Watch campaigns on food and water issues around the state. You can contact her at [email protected].