Actor and activist Mark Ruffalo, far left, Cornell University engineering professor Anthony 

Actor and activist Mark Ruffalo, far left, Cornell University engineering professor Anthony Ingraffea, second from left, and Sean Lennon, second from right, listens as Yoko Ono speaks during a press conference to launch a coalition of artists opposing hydraulic fracturing on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012 in New York. The formation of the group, called Artists Against Fracking, comes as New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo decides whether to allow shale gas drilling using high-volume hydraulic fracturing called hydrofracking. The group says such drilling is harmful and poses the threat of contamination. They say they want to spread awareness of the issue through "peaceful democratic action."  Cuomo is expected to allow drilling to begin on a limited basis near the Pennsylvania border.  The group is comprised of 146 members including Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney and Alec Baldwin. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
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Actor and activist Mark Ruffalo, far left, Cornell University engineering professor Anthony Ingraffea, second from left, and Sean Lennon, second from right, listens as Yoko Ono speaks during a press conference to launch a coalition of artists opposing hydraulic fracturing on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012 in New York. The formation of the group, called Artists Against Fracking, comes as New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo decides whether to allow shale gas drilling using high-volume hydraulic fracturing called hydrofracking. The group says such drilling is harmful and poses the threat of contamination. They say they want to spread awareness of the issue through "peaceful democratic action." Cuomo is expected to allow drilling to begin on a limited basis near the Pennsylvania border. The group is comprised of 146 members including Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney and Alec Baldwin. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
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