The oil and gas fracking industry intentionally paints false picture of North Dakota’s gas patch.
A Colorado School of Public Health study has shown that people who live within one-half mile of fracked wells are likely to experience chronic and acute illness including a higher risk of cancer.
This is a clear example of market demand gone haywire. Our water (the water that belongs to the people of Colorado) is being sold to the highest bidder (oil and gas companies) so that they can make record profits at our expense.
A citizen’s open letter to Gov. Hickenlooper about shilling for the Oil and Gas industry.
Arrogant industry insiders wish to put us under their big thumbs. Our rights as citizens are being trampled by corporate supremacists and by our corporate municipality. We should be exploring ways to ban fracking and stop this three-ring circus once and for all.
Three historic gas wells and three abandoned waste pits located beneath homes located in Spring Valley Estates in Longmont, Colorado. Is City of Longmont culpable?
Councilwomen Witt and Finley want to (again) try and limit the public’s right to Free Speech.
Disrespecting the citizens is the last thing Council members should do.
Is Longmont going to become a ‘Drilling’ sacrifice zone?
Music video by ProPublica.org explains the dangers of fracking.
I’m here to express my opposition to hydraulic fracturing anywhere on Longmont City owned property and on Open Space. This method of drilling is very risky business: It is common knowledge that fracking uses massive amounts of water (100,000 gallons per frack and each well can be fracked up to 30 times). Where is this…
You should be very concerned about this threat to our health and well-being.
Mayor Baum and City Council, please, don’t allow fracking anywhere near Longmont!
What good are “bumper GMO crops” when we all become sick from eating mutant food?
How much is too much? Mile-Hi Skydiving is pushing the envelope.