Dear Center Supporter,
Big Oil and Gas want to paint a pretty picture of fracking, but the facts are undeniable: This dirty extraction technique pollutes millions of gallons of water with dangerous chemicals and poses a very real threat to our air, water, environment and public health. The climate crisis makes these risks ever more dire.
That's why on Saturday, Oct. 19, the Center for Biological Diversity is joining the second annual Global Frackdown -- and we need you there with us.
The first Global Frackdown, in 2012, brought together 200 communities through actions in more than 20 countries -- from South Africa to the United States -- all united to ban fracking. And this year promises to be even bigger.
Join us for the Global Frackdown Bike and Walk for a Fracking Free Los Angeles on Saturday, Oct. 19. Kick off the events at a family-friendly rally in Culver City with exciting speakers and local food vendors. Then take part in the 5- to 7-mile bike ride or a shorter walk to call attention to the largest urban oil field in the nation.
Event details below:
What: Global Frackdown Bike and Walk for a Fracking Free Los Angeles
Where: Veterans Park, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230
When: Saturday, Oct. 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
If you can't open the link, go to http://action.biologicaldiversity.org/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY=80918.
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