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San Benito County Divided Over Fracking Measure On November Ballot

HOLLISTER (KPIX 5) — Voters in San Benito County will become the first in California to decide on a measure about fracking in November. Measure J would ban the practice, and that vote has a county divided. 266 more words

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Report highlights risks of coal seam gas – it’s time for a permanent ban in NSW

MEDIA RELEASE – 1 October 2014

The Greens NSW mining spokesperson Jeremy Buckingham today welcomed the Chief Scientist’s report into coal seam gas, saying it was vindication of community concerns and that the risks highlighted in the report were too great to allow the coal seam gas industry to operate in NSW. 240 more words

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Fracking’s Greatest Threat – Fractured Relationships

We all lose when we allow corporations to exploit and divide us

By Michael M. Barrick

While gas industry leaders, environmentalists and public health experts debate the health and safety risks to people and the environment caused by the controversial gas drilling method known as fracking, the greatest threat it poses to West Virginia is being overlooked – fractured relationships. 391 more words

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Climate Change and Hydraulic Fracking – Should We or Shouldn’t We?

Highly anticipated Fracking Symposium finally happened on Sept. 23rd with closer to 800 City Leaders, Industry Leaders, Media, and Citizens gathered to educate themselves of the “Hydraulic Fracking” and what it could do to our earth quake prone state and our cities. 1,632 more words

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Why Do Studies Only Occur After Negative Effects Are "Discovered"?

Study Finds Treated Fracking Wastewater Still Too Toxic

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-09-29/study-finds-treated-fracking-wastewater-still-too-toxic

Kind of a play on the old “Easier to do it (rake in the $), then ask for forgiveness later”

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A Fracking Tale!

Natural gas has the potential to be a clean, practical, abundant, and affordable energy source. Collectively, these energy and environmental benefits will help achieve our National objectives in the development of alternative sources of energy that are plentiful, clean and convenient. 3,091 more words

Legislation to ban high-volume fracking in Nova Scotia introduced

HALIFAX – The Nova Scotia government introduced legislation Tuesday that would place an indefinite moratorium on high-volume hydraulic fracturing for onshore oil and gas from shale deposits. 130 more words

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