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“Fracking is short for hydraulic fracturing, a process that includes injecting a mixture of sand, water and chemicals underground in order to release the desired oil or gas.”
“Fracking is linked to every part of the environmental crisis -- from radiation exposure to habitat loss -- and contravenes every principle of environmental thinking," Steingraber writes in Orion.”
“Fracking is currently going on along the Colorado River, which supplies water to 30 million people in Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Tucson, and is being planned for thousands of sites along the Delaware River, which supplies water to 15 million people in New York City, Philadelphia and most of New Jersey.”
“Fracking, which is also known in the industry as fracing, is actually hydraulic fracturing, which uses water, sand and chemicals or gases to bust underground rock formations and push natural gas to the surface.”
“Laura Sheinkopf, founding member of SWiM (the Safe Water Movement) in NYC discusses Gas Hydraulic Fracturing, aka Fracking, and the growing Environmental movement to prevent Fracking in New York State.”
“We're inviting two experts on the topic of "Fracking," the controversial method of natural gas extraction.”
“Fracking" is a colloquialism for hydraulic fracturing, a technique used to extract oil and gas from prolific but challenging shale deposits.”
“ Fracking ' Chemicals The Obama administration is considering a policy that would force natural-gas drillers on federal lands to disclose the chemicals they use during a process known as hydraulic fracturing.”
“IN TODAY'S AUDIO REPORT: Happy Anniversaries -- sort of; The Politics of "Fracking"; How about some weed-killer in your drinking water? ...”
“FBR takes a look at the toxic gas drilling process, known as "Fracking" and the environmental threat it poses to our water supplies.”
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