As long as it is cheaper for companies to pay any fines that may result from regulatory violations than make the necessary operational changes, regulations cannot protect communities from the environmental and health impacts of fracking.
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Clearly when it comes to environmental protection, public health and sustainable energy, it requires a groundswell of action by the people.
Facebook, South Park and perhaps an image makeover are what the dirty gas industry needs to clean up its reputation.
The New York Times is reporting that New York State is looking to end the moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, a controversial drilling method use to e...
ALBANY, N.Y. — The federal government should conduct a full environmental review that weighs potential damage to the welfare of people in the De...
The effort to paint environmental protection as an anti-business government boondoggle bumps up against the reality of environmental degradation. People can see and smell a foul environment.
I guess the dinosaurs in the dirty fuel lobby don't like videos of people who can light their tap water on fire after their wells are contaminated with methane gas.
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