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Today on Your Call: Are we seeing a shale oil boom in California?
On today's Your Call, we’ll continue our coverage of fracking in California. California assemblyman Marc Levine recently told Reuters that he will co-author a bill that would place a moratorium on fracking. He said, “the drought is a game changer on fracking. We have to decide what our most precious commodity is – water or oil.” How much water does fracking use? What’s next in this heated battle? Join the conversation on the next Your Call with Rose Aguilar and you.
Hollin Kretzmann, staff attorney for the Center for Biological Diversity
David Baker, staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle
Jason Marshall, chief deputy director for the California Department of Conservation
What: Governor Brown: Don’t Frack California
When: March 15th, 12pm-5pm
Where: The Capitol Lawn, Sacramento, CA
USA Today: EPA to require California fracking reports
Food and Water Watch: Californians Show Strong Opposition to Fracking at Today’s State of the State Address
Ceres Foundation: Hydraulic Fracturing & Water Stress: Water Demand by the Numbers
Center for Biological Diversity: Offshore Fracking in California
CNBC: Fracking blamed for drought in California