Mark Ruffalo tells David Cameron “You’re going back on your word, Sir!”

Mark Ruffalo interviewed for the Friends of the Earth stop fracking campaign, London, 20 January 2016.  Mark Ruffalo, Bafta and Oscar nominee actor and anti-fracking campaigner, was at Claridge's for the premier of his latest film, Spotlight.  “Mr Cameron… You’re turning back on your word, sir” “Mr Cameron you’re making a huge mistake” “I personally have experienced the dangers and horrors of hydrofracking”   “I’m imploring you, people of England, to fight against it.”   “Mr Cameron you’re making an enormous mistake, and it’s a legacy mistake because there’s no fracking that can be done safely.”   “Today we’re at the precipice of a renewable energy revolution.”   “Your people don’t want it. You have already told them once before that if they didn’t want it you wouldn’t push them to take it. Your’re turning back on your word, sir.”   “This is a wonderful opportunity… to be a real, true and honest world leader and keep the fossil fuels in the ground.”
Mark Ruffalo interviewed for the Friends of the Earth stop fracking campaign, London, 20 January 2016.
Mark Ruffalo, Bafta and Oscar nominee actor and anti-fracking campaigner, was at Claridge’s for the premier of his latest film, Spotlight.
“Mr Cameron… You’re turning back on your word, sir”
“Mr Cameron you’re making a huge mistake”
“I personally have experienced the dangers and horrors of hydrofracking”
“I’m imploring you, people of England, to fight against it.”
“Mr Cameron you’re making an enormous mistake, and it’s a legacy mistake because there’s no fracking that can be done safely.”
“Today we’re at the precipice of a renewable energy revolution.”
“Your people don’t want it. You have already told them once before that if they didn’t want it you wouldn’t push them to take it. Your’re turning back on your word, sir.”
“This is a wonderful opportunity… to be a real, true and honest world leader and keep the fossil fuels in the ground.”

BAFTA- nominated actor Mark Ruffalo has made a heartfelt plea to David Cameron to rethink his commitment to fracking. In a video for Friends of the Earth , he warns the Prime Minister against making a “legacy mistake” by going all out for fracking and urges him to commit to a greener energy future based on renewables instead.