Not in California. Not at a time like this. 

California cannot call itself a climate leader when it is the third-largest producer of oil in the United States — the country that tops the list globally.

Environmental experts and affected communities for years have been calling on Gov. Jerry Brown to curtail the expansion of oil development and protect our the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the farms that grow our food. Instead, we've seen our drinking water, air quality and food safety compromised as fracking and other dangerous extraction methods continue unabated.

As our Govenor recieves more national attention for his leadership role in climate talks, we'd like to remind him: There is clear evidence of the growing damage caused by fracking. We can — and must — put a stop to this dangerous practice. 

Will you send a message to the governor now?