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Drilling Deeper: A Reality Check on U.S. Government Forecasts for the Fracking Boom

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By Alan Septoff

December 4, 2014

You're invited to a briefing exposing the lie of a long-term fracking boom. 

The briefing will include a presentation by David Hughes, the analyst who accurately predicted the 90% downgrade of California’s Monterey Shale.

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Tagged with: fracking, economics, shale bubble


Good News for a Change: It’s Looking Like the Pebble Mine May Never Be Built

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By Alan Septoff

April 2, 2014

EPA action and bipartisan opposition could permanently block proposed mine at the headwaters of Alaska’s Bristol Bay

If you’ve eaten wild salmon, chances are good it was caught in Alaska’s Bristol Bay. That’s because Bristol Bay and its watershed is the largest remaining wild sockeye salmon fishery in the world.

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Tagged with: mining, epa, bristol bay, alaska, salmon, 404c


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