The widespread use of high-volume, horizontal hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is a relatively new technological process for oil and gas extraction. To learn more, here is a list of resources that include reports, organizations and multimedia.
Despite oil and gas industry rhetoric this presidential campaign year, there can be serious health and environmental impacts associated with fossil fuel extraction. Just ask a farmer whose fields were ruined by gas drilling wastewater.
It’s official (or as close as it can get): Oil and gas operations, like those involved in hydraulic fracturing (fracking), can cause earthquakes, according to upcoming study from the highly esteemed U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
Here we discuss Fox's recent arrest in an attempted Congressional hearing videotaping, earthquakes in Ohio, the role of social issue documentaries in the environmental movement and how many explosions to expect in the film's sequel, Gasland Part II
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