Fracking in our national forest?
The George Washington National Forest is the place we hike, camp and explore. Are we going to allow drillers to frack there? Learn more.
Through Environment Virginia, thousands of citizen members are teaming up with a professional staff to stand up for the places we love and the environmental values we share.
Together with our allies across the country, we’ve delivered more than 800,000 comments to the EPA in support of strong clean air standards. Further, here in Virginia, dozens of activists showed their support for cutting carbon pollution at a forum put on by Environment Virginia and key allies.
Learn the truth about fracking. Watch our new expose and take action to stop fracking today. Take action.
|What global warming means for Virginia|
As extreme weather becomes more intense and frequent, our sister organization, the Environment Virginia Research & Policy Center, has outlined ways to cut the carbon pollution that's fueling global warming.