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Fracking Gone Wrong: Finding a Better Way

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November 30, 2012 | Feature

The Fossil Fuel Body Burden

Earthjustice spoke with Sandra Steingraber, acclaimed ecologist and author, on how reforming our broken chemical oversight system will keep harmful toxics from entering our bodies and our environment.

November 19, 2012 | Blog Post

Your Lungs Will Thank Us

Last Wednesday, a group of clean air advocates intervened to protect crucial air safeguards that will curb pollution emitted during oil and gas drilling. Unfortunately the state of Texas and their allies with the American Petroleum Institute and a variety of other state alliances of oil and gas companies are pushing back against these necessary protections.

November 15, 2012 | Blog Post

Fracking's Dirty Air Secret

Last week, supporters of the controversial drilling practice know as fracking held a rally in Denver. According to media reports, one booster drew laughs from the crowd when he said that fracking’s economic benefits would eventually "trickle down to attorneys [and] doctors."

Colorado doctors are probably already seeing increased business because of fracking, but not in a humorous way.

October 19, 2012 | Blog Post

Fracking in California? We're On The Case.

Here’s what we know: Fracking is already happening in California. Based on the oil and gas industry’s own admission, there were 600 wells that were fracked in 2011 alone. Here’s what we don’t know: exactly where, when, or what chemicals the oil and gas industry is blasting into the ground during fracking.

September 26, 2012 | Blog Post

VIDEO: Sneak Preview of Matt Damon Fracking Film

Here’s the trailer for Promised Land, a feature film directed by Gus Van Sant and starring Matt Damon that depicts the effects of the fracking boom on a small town.

It is definitely worth a watch:

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