Feds to Sell Even More Public Land for Fracking Near Sacred Park

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The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is pushing ahead with the sale of oil and gas leases on land outside of Chaco Culture National Historical Park and other sites revered by Native American tribes, The Associated Press reported. The latest listing—which quietly appeared on the BLM website not long after the government reopened after...

Uno de cada cuatro pozos petroleros en México ha sido tocado por el fracking

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(Infografía: Alianza mexicana contra el fracking) A pesar de la promesa del presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador para detener el uso del fracking en México, la técnica aún sigue vigente en el país, de acuerdo con Manuel Llano, fundador e investigador de Cartocrítica. Llano explicó que, en México, uno de cada cuatro pozos petroleros ha...

Fracking Wastewater Is Cancer-Causing, New Study Confirms

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This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2016Visit our Re-post guidelines The fracking industry likes to call its product “natural gas,” but the natural consequence of its activity is the production of billions of gallons of cancer-causing wastewater. A new study published in Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology titled, “Malignant human cell transformation of Marcellus Shale...

¿Qué es el Fracking? | Alianza Mexicana Contra el Fracking

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¿Qué son los hidrocarburos de lutitas o shale? Se trata del petróleo y gas natural que se encuentran atrapados en los poros de formaciones rocosas poco permeables denominadas lutitas bituminosas situadas en el subsuelo. Suelen encontrase a profundidades de entre mil y cinco mil metros. ¿Qué es la fractura hidráulica o fracking? Impactos socioambientales del uso de...

New York State DEC Slammed for Trying to Bury Propane Fracking

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Tom Shepstone Shepstone Management Company, Inc. An Albany County, New York judge just told Andrew Corruptocrat Cuomo his DEC’s excuse for sitting on a propane fracking application was palpably absurd. A rather blunt and amazing fracking decision just came down from an Albany County, New York Associate Supreme Court Justice Catherine Cholakis on January 3rd. She...

Safety limits on seismic activity at fracking sites ‘could be raised safely’ – Lancashire Evening Post

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Fracking firm Cuadrilla has welcomed experts’ comments that regulations covering seismic activity during shale gas exploration could be relaxed safely. Work at Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road site near Blackpool was halted several times last year after seismic activity exceeded limits put in place under Britain’s traffic light regulation system. Drilling at fracking sites must be halted...

Fracking Industry Is A Corrupt Danger To Everyone – The Ring of Fire Network

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A man who spoke out about the dangers of fracking is now being sued by the fracking industry in order to keep him quiet. Ring of Fire’s Mike Papantonio and Farron Cousins discusses this issue. Transcript: *This transcript was generated by a third-party transcription software company, so please excuse any typos. Mike Papantonio:             A man who...

Illinois Family Action » Fracking, Energy Renaissance, and the Russian Resistance: Why does it Matter for Developing Countries?

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Written by Vjay Jayara The U.S. sailed into an era of energy abundance following the natural gas boom. But the replication of the American energy story in other countries is facing a stern challenge from radical environmental groups. Why is hydraulic fracturing important for developing countries and why should they be wary of radical environmental...

Article: Navajos Speak out on the Cultural and Biochemical Dangers of Fracking around Chaco Canyon | OpEdNews

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– Advertisement – As a member of the Navajo Tribe, the majority of my 29 years have been spent within 15 miles of one of America’s truly most sacred indigenous sites, Chaco Canyon, especially sacred to the Hopi and other pueblo groups, which descended from the Anasazi. This sacred site was constructed more than 900...

Is the EPA violating federal law over fracking waste? Environmentalists say they might be – NaturalNews.com

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(Natural News) An article in Green Med Info reported that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is breaking the federal laws it is supposed to enforce. The federal agency has been accused of giving oil and gas companies free reign to use the Gulf of Mexico as a dumping ground for fracking waste. The Center for...

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