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Our Stand on Fracking

The Green Party of the United States is urging party members and all Americans to organize and join various protests against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline in the coming weeks, including a major demonstration in Washington, DC, on February 17.

The Green Party was the only national party to make action on climate change a focal point during the recent elections. The issue was not mentioned during the Obama-Romney debates. On October 31, 2012, Green presidential candidate Jill Stein was arrested in Texas for trying to deliver food and supplies to Keystone XL protesters.

Obama Has Promoted An Anti-Climate Change Agenda, by Mark Dunlea
Solve climate crisis to make economy humane, by Ursula Rozum
Beyond Fossil Fuels, by Cecile Lawrence
Framing in the context of fracking, by Cecile Lawrence
Green Party of New York State comments on Hydrofracking