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Managing Attorney Deborah Goldberg On The Dark Side Of The Fracking Boom

Managing Attorney Deborah Goldberg discusses the Northeast regional office's litigation on fracking, a controversial form of extreme gas drilling that can contaminate the air and water.

Managing Attorney Deborah Goldberg: "The oil and gas industry is very successfully externalizing a lot of the costs. So the environmental impacts, the health impacts, the property impacts are being borne by the public."

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On the Fracking Frontlines

Managing Attorney Deborah Goldberg of the Northeast regional office discusses Earthjustice's work to protect communities and special places from fracking.

Intelligence Squared Debate on Fracking

Managing Attorney Deborah Goldberg joined Katherine Hudson of Riverkeeper to debate New York Times Op-Ed columnist Joe Nocera and former Department of Energy Asst. Sec. Susan Tierney in a nationally broadcasted event presented by Intelligence Squared U.S., in partnership with the Aspen Ideas Festival. Deborah and Katherine debated in favor of the motion, "No Fracking Way: The Natural Gas Boom is Doing More Harm Than Good."