Anti-fracking celebrities are routinely in the press talking about the dangers of digging into shale to potentially make America more energy independent.
Stars like Mark Ruffalo, Matt Damon and Yoko Ono can get attention--and headlines--simply by calling a news conference or dialing up any reporter eager for an interview.
Phelim McAleer, Ann McElhinney and Magdalena Segieda don't have that luxury. The trio created FrackNation, set to debut on AXS TV Jan. 22, which argues in favor of the fracking process. They aren't as famous as the aforementioned stars, and chances are reporters are far less willing to nod along to their arguments as they're likely to do when a Damon or Ono speaks.
Yet Team FrackNation is ready, willing and able to debate anti-fracking activists.
Now, are enviro-celebrities up for the challenge?