Quick things you can do from your living room
Add your name to petitions
One very simple but effective action to take is to sign petitions against fracking.
You can find our latest online petitions against fracking here.
During the successful anti-fracking campaign in Lancashire we were able to deliver over 90,000 signatures from across the UK from Friends of the Earth and Avaaz supporters against fracking in Lancashire.
This really helped to demonstrate to the council that this was an issue of national significance and really helped us to get local media coverage and raise the profile of this campaign.
There was also a series of local petitions and letter to the council from local residents.
The combination of these national and local petitions was a really powerful tool to lobby Lancashire council.
Spread the word
On social media
By sharing these actions and petitions on social media you can help spread the word and make a much bigger impact.
If everyone signing our petition could get 5 others to sign, the message to reciprient will be much more powerful.
In your neighbourhood
Another really quick and easy thing you can do is to put a window poster where you live or in your local library, college, workplace etc. You can order these and other free materials here.
Keep up to date
There are plenty of sites that you can use to keep up to date on what’s happening on fracking and to share the latest developments.
See our latest fracking news here on our website.
If you want to find out which areas of the UK are currently licensed for fracking and whether your area is one of them, check out our fracking map. Here you can also see which anti-fracking groups are in your area.
Drill or drop is also a very useful site: http://drillordrop.com/