“With such strong community opposition right from the start, you are way ahead. You are doing exactly what it takes to win this.” Jeffrey Barbee.

This is no time to presume that someone else will be preventing unconventional gas exploration and extraction from affecting our health, the quality of water we drink and the air we breathe, while further placing our food security at risk. It is up to us.

Our aim is to get a moratorium on these unconventional gas applications until a full Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) has been conducted. Your help will be invaluable.

Audience asks fracking questions at Rhino Oil & Gas meeting in Howick

Get informed – join the organisations working to stop these applications, read up and learn more. Ask to be added to our mailing list – admin@frackfreesa.org.za

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Take action to reduce your fossil fuel dependence and advocate for change in your community – we can’t just say no to fracking without supporting suitable alternatives.
Speak up about fracking – write letters to the media, political parties, government ministers; phone in to radio stations, send photos to relevant government departments and, if no response, to newspapers, TV stations of any inappropriate developments in your area and post them on social media (always check your facts!).
Follow the money – at the moment we do not understand just who will benefit, but we do know that communities and civil society will bear the true costs from the impacts. Do you really believe that this will create jobs?
Register as an IAP (Interested and Affected Party) for all applications and Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) – comment on all documents sent out for these processes and demand that proper baseline assessments (health, air, water, biodiversity) are conducted PRIOR to any exploration or extraction and that an SEA is undertaken for all unconventional gas exploration and extraction projects and proposals (not only in the Karoo).  Details of Applications on Will Fracking Affect Me page.

Comment at every phase of the official process. Most often you can use the same comments from a previous step, simply refined a little.
Establish networks to co-ordinate the spread of information, ask info@frackfreesa.org.za to add you to the mailing list for regular updates and commit your organisation to support Frack Free SA.
Establish local Frack Free zones – in agriculture, tourism, commerce, education. R200 gives you the right to a personalised Frack Free logo eg Frack Free Durban or Frack Free Green High School or Frack Free Waterside Farm. Contact design@frackfreesa.org.za
Screen interesting and informative movies in your community – High Cost of Cheap Gas and Unearthed are two popular local ones. Contact campaign@frackfreesa.org.za for ideas.  Watch Frackopoly – about a community fighting for their rights.
Follow Frack Free on Facebook , Instagram and Twitter  and share the info widely.
Make a small donation – SMS ‘frackfree’ to 40580 to donate R20 to the cause
Make a big donation – use your name as reference when you deposit your contribution:

  • Bank:                     Nedbank Corporate Saver
  • Account holder:  Groundwork Trust a/c Frack Free SA
  • Branch Code:        198765
  • Account Type:      Savings
  • Account Number:   9021029182
  • Reference:              Depositor’s name
  • Swift Code:             NEDSZAJJ

Please let admin@frackfreesa.org.za know about your generosity.

Buy a beautiful artwork  –  Our Art for the Earth online sale will raise money for vital legal fees to ensure exploration does not commence despite permissions granted to do so.

Support Divestment- Fossil Free SA 

Let your imagination run wild!  Creative geniuses are definitely required – skills in filmmaking, marketing, social media, photography, graphic design, advertising, writing or research?  We have just the frack free spot for you to put them to use. Contact info@frackfreesa.org.za

seismic surveys may destroy habitats (impact from Rhino BID)

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