No Fracking Way Mondays

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Starting Monday, August 5 - Oct 13th: 

Call Gov. Brown @ (916) 445-2841 every Monday to send this message:

The people of California want Governor Brown to be the real Climate Governor. Support a moratorium now.  DON'T FRACK California.  

 Leave a comment on this page when you call.

WHEN
August 26, 2013 at 9am - 9:10am
WHERE
Your Phone
1315 10th St
Sacramento, CA 95814
United States
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CONTACT
Barbara Stebbins ·

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commented 2015-03-02 14:38:48 -0800 · Flag
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commented 2013-10-07 13:52:41 -0700 · Flag
Let’s keep calling. I did about an hour ago and it took about 5 minutes to get through to a staff person. I talked about the spread of cancer-causing fracking fluids and wastewater across the Colorado landscape and through their towns and school yards this time. Just one more “externality” to deal with; there are so many.
commented 2013-09-30 16:36:27 -0700 · Flag
I just called and waited a minute or so. Any creative ideas out there to reinvigorate this campaign. ?
commented 2013-09-30 14:52:45 -0700 · Flag
Just called, only took a couple minutes to get through. Told the staff to tell Governor Brown in no way is fracking a “fabulous economic opportunity” when you look at the true cost to the community.
Please make your call now!
commented 2013-09-23 12:16:41 -0700 · Flag
Called at 10:30 am, got through, and then was on hold for 6 minutes. Told the staff person Governor Brown is working with oil interests instead of the people. You only need to look to the flooding in CO to see what fracking can do to our water here.
commented 2013-09-16 18:06:48 -0700 · Flag
Called at 4:30 and line was busy for around 10 minutes, then got put on hold for another 3. Finally succeeded in delivering my message.
commented 2013-09-16 09:43:35 -0700 · Flag
Called at 9:35am and it took over 4 minutes to get through after it started ringing. Called for Governor to veto SB 4 and declare an immediate moratorium on fracking and acidization. We are having an impact. Let’s keep doing this, even on other days besides Mondays.
commented 2013-08-26 13:49:18 -0700 · Flag
At 1:20pm today it took a minute and a half after the phone rang to the staff person for someone to pick-up – Said notification and transparency will not help us with the CO2 and methane pollution. She said she would pass it on.
commented 2013-08-19 21:34:19 -0700 · Flag
Got through to a staffer and he said he understood and would pass it along to Gov.
commented 2013-08-19 17:18:18 -0700 · Flag
Called right at 5pm, it took a minute, but got through to an aid who said he pass my message on to the GOV.
commented 2013-08-19 15:48:52 -0700 · Flag
Called (on hold for 5 min), mentioned regulating one of the largest carbon bombs in the Hemisphere is like trying to make a nuclear bomb safe: we just can’t let it go off. Also, just asking him to do what the Gov of NY did: moratorium on Fracking.
commented 2013-08-19 15:31:19 -0700 · Flag
Initial Call – could not get through -line was busy at 3:00. Tried again immediately and was on hold for a little over 1 minute.
commented 2013-08-19 14:07:54 -0700 · Flag
Waited for no more than 2 minutes. Aide said he would pass my comment on to the Gov.
published this page in Events 2013-08-19 13:49:55 -0700
commented 2013-08-19 10:06:40 -0700 · Flag
Left msg with a volunteer. 1 minute wait.
commented 2013-08-19 09:54:08 -0700 · Flag
On hold for about five minutes. Spoke to an aide who said he’d pass along my comment to the Governor.
commented 2013-08-12 14:06:06 -0700 · Flag
Spoke to a representative; no wait.
commented 2013-08-12 12:03:28 -0700 · Flag
No wait when I called :-(. First time I’ve ever been sad to not have to wait! More calls!!
commented 2013-08-12 11:15:19 -0700 · Flag
“fracking train”= LOL!! Hilarious!
We should start a list of Best Ever Climate Slams….
commented 2013-08-12 11:05:58 -0700 · Flag
I called-wait time 2 mins.—hey, let’s get it up to 5 mins. at least today. Told him to ban or place a moritorium on fracking or on experimenting with the even worse technique, acidizing and to do it now. Talked about AB 32 being thrown under the fracking train.
commented 2013-08-12 10:57:39 -0700 · Flag
I called in and spoke with a representative asking that the Governor ban fracking as part of his climate change initiative. Although he said that he would let the Governor know about my request I don’t know how my request got recorded because he didn’t ask for my name or where I resided.
commented 2013-08-12 10:27:21 -0700 · Flag
Just called Gov. Brown’s office; left a message with an aide. He was reasonably – but I was not. told him it was outrageous that the governor is considering fracking as a solution to our energy problems; that I have 2 wonderful grandchilren under the age of 3 and I want California to be safe for them as it it relatively safe for me. Thank you Lora Jo Foo putting out the call. Conny Ford
commented 2013-08-12 10:23:39 -0700 · Flag
I sent my message on the web mail site
http://www.gov.ca.gov/home.php
published this page in Events 2013-08-06 00:53:01 -0700
commented 2013-08-05 10:14:06 -0700 · Flag
I just called, as I did last Monday and a few other times, and as I will all Mondays until a Ban or Moratorium happens. I passed out slips of paper to many protesters at the Aug 3rd Chevron Protest with the info and encouraging them to do what New York did and everyone said they will do it. Let’s see how Green Brown is!!
commented 2013-08-05 09:59:31 -0700 · Flag
9:55 am- just called the Governor’s office and spoke with a representative. I thanked Governor Brown for his leadership and outspoken support for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in California and his work to stave off climate catastrophe. I said he should ban fracking in California or at least impose a moratorium, since no amount of regulations will impact the huge increase in greenhouse gas emissions that will result from the expansion of fracking in California.
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