Stanford Scientists Show Fracking Linked to Groundwater Contamination in Pavillion, Wyoming

EcoWatch: As the fracking industry tries to expand internationally, being promoted as a so-called clean bridge fuel, it is increasingly clear the industry has not one, but two, Achilles heels. The first is the release of the potent greenhouse gas, methane. The second is water pollution and the threat the controversial technique poses to drinking water. Both areas are highly disputed, but nearly every week new research reveals new evidence of harm by fracking. Two weeks ago, new research was published......

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