Mark Ruffalo's Call to Action

News — 350.org Team October 24, 2011 at 10:20 am
Last week at Occupy Wall Street, Mark Ruffalo grabbed the people’s mic to make a big call to action, connecting the dots between fracking, the occupation of Wall Street, and our action on November 6th in Washington DC. To answer the call and be there on the 6th, click here: http://www.tarsandsaction.org/sign-up
  1. Carmen Lavertu says:

    Fracking is a dangerous and costly way to extract fossil fuel. Clean water is more important than gas for the health, security, economy, and well-being of people on Earth and on our mother, the Earth. Our government and institutions and private wealth are called upon to fund the social entrepreneurship of green energy engineers and organizations.

  2. Patricia Rossi says:

    Mark Ruffalo and all the activist surrounding him have opened a can of whoop ass, so
    watch out world!

  3. Jdavisstein says:

    Mark Ruffalo rocks! He makes me believe we may have a chance to stop the Canadians from destroying the Alberta boreal forest and shipping that poison across our country. Thank you!

  4. Lloyd L Sevigny says:

    Oh Baby…don’t stop now!!!

  5. Mary says:

    Go all of you wonderful young Americans…….we were arrested in August, and are trying to convince Albertans that we must all join this movement. But we must build the solar panals also…all of us, take our money out of their wicked stock markets and put it back into our communities…and on our roofs.

    The world is not only watching…….its depending on us.

  6. Jody Ferguson says:

    Sustained action is needed to stop XL and the smiling man from Exxon who advertises on Rachel Maddow telling us they plan to frack us for the next 100 years. Nothing less than a peaceful revolution by the 99% will be needed to stop Exxon and the other “energy” behemoths from destroying the North America continent.

  7. Angele says:

    Yes the revolution starts within, so glad, so many are waking up to the power they have collectively, change is us and we must support the collective or support wal-mart (corporations) the choice is yours.

  8. Gerri Wiley says:

    The accelerating frequency and duration of droughts and floods worldwide show us we have ignored our planet’s signals to reduce emissions by keeping fossil fuels in the ground. We need to quickly move forward to renewables, conservation, a steady-state economy, and an end to corporate control of government! Thank you, Mark Rufallo and Bill McKibben, for your steadfast commitment to the cause.

  9. WmGreybeard says:

    We all need to get out and support these actions, the tar sands and fracking must end now. Global climate change is not a joke. Yes climate change happened before humans were on the Earth, but the rate of change is far quicker now that we are so many and so wasteful.

    Love and Peace.
    Bill McP

  10. Carole Mehl says:

    You will represent me. I want to be there with you but it is not possible

  11. Carole Mehl says:

    I want to be in Washington with Mark Ruffalo but this will have to do.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Great statement of climate change, fracking & the XL pipeline.

  13. Donasyman says:

    Greed: What Halliburton would do to have access to oil in Irag, and what Halliburton would do to access Natural Gas from America… kill! They would kill US! This is pathological narcissism at the corporate level. They will hurt anyone to get what they want! We are nothing to them!

  14. Linells says:

    Just today, Democracy Now! announced that another NY town, Syracuse, joined Albany and Buffalo in “outlawing” fracking. :)

  15. carl says:

    we just built halliburton a new rail line here in Pa. and now we are giving them land to build an industrial park in lycoming county. our representatives can’t bend over far enough fast enough for the $$$$$$$$$$$ this has been a depressed area for so long most people are just glad to have an income no matter what harm is caused.

  16. carl says:

    we just built halliburton a new rail line here in Pa. and now we are giving them land to build an industrial park in lycoming county. our representatives can’t bend over far enough fast enough for the $$$$$$$$$$$ this has been a depressed area for so long most people are just glad to have an income no matter what harm is caused.

  17. John Armstrong says:

    Also, please sign Mark Ruffalo’s petition/letter initiative to President Obama (http://bit.ly/qNMPIa) concerning fracking in the Delaware River Basin. The Delaware River Basin is one of the most beautiful areas in the country, and provides clean drinking water to over 15.6 million people. The gas industry wants to frack over 18,000 wells in the watershed, devastating the land and destroying over 5% of the US population’s clean drinking water. On November 21, President Obama (through the Army Corps of Engineers) has one of 5 votes that will decide the fate of this precious area and resource.

    Tell President Obama to say NO to fracking in the Delaware River Basin: http://bit.ly/qNMPIa

  18. Anonymous says:

    Exactly right folks. There is no time left for us to wait. It has to be done now! Our environment is to precious to destroy, and we will not get it back when it is gone. Now is our time!

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