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NYC Grassroots Alliance Message Board › "America's natural gas revolution isn't all it's 'fracked' up to be&quo

"America's natural gas revolution isn't all it's 'fracked' up to be" - Richard Heinberg op ed, Christian Science Monitor

Dan M.
danminer11101
Forest Hills, NY
Post #: 387
America's natural gas revolution isn't all it's 'fracked' up to be
Richard Heinberg, Christian Science Monitor op-ed

Americans are being subjected to a massive public relations assault attempting to persuade them that “fracking” for natural gas and oil is the key to America’s energy future and that this change will free them forever from the bondage of oil imports.

What has really changed is the nation’s energy conversation. Until recently, it was about how the United States should reduce its dependency on climate-changing fossil fuels. Now the “conversation” has become a harangue about the energy, jobs, and tax revenues the industry insists will flow from fracking and how these outweigh environmental concerns.

The data do not adequately support these claims. Though the fracking revolution is only a few years old, it’s already losing steam. There are several reasons why...
http://www.csmonitor....­
(23 October 2013)
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