"EPA’s report confirms what experts and the science show: that fracking operations put our drinking water at risk. "
There are “several lines of evidence that the earthquakes in the areas are directly related to the disposal of wastewater deep underground”
Republicans depend on lies and deceit to convince their ignorant base to support dangerous policies, and it is why they criticize science and unbiased research so vehemently; particularly surrounding issues surrounding the fossil fuel industry and its risk to the environment; and Americans' health.
For several California cities, that corporate greed is finally paying dividends, and not the good kind, leaving them without water.
This week, yet another report reveals that fracking in California has contaminated aquifers during a historical drought.
The team of U.S. Geological Survey scientists found a wealth of evidence "directly linking" an increase in Colorado and New Mexico earthquakes since 2001 to wastewater injection widely used in hydraulic fracturing as well as conventional drilling.
The political attention of most Americans has been concentrated on the latest developments at HealthCare.gov. Meanwhile fracking explodes.
No other state that's allowed fracking has imposed a moratorium to study environmental and health effects. Can New York use these to ban it?