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If it walks and talks like a duck…Time to stop NY frack waste!

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By Nadia Steinzor

June 3, 2015

For several years, New York made headlines by continuing to delay (and delay…) the decision whether to allow shale gas development. Then the state made history last December by saying no because the risks to health and the environment were too great. 

Yet it’s impossible to escape the reach of the national shale gas and oil boom. Even with a prohibition on production, New York has to wrestle with a growing stream of waste coming across state borders (as well as an expanding spider web of infrastructure and oil trains). 

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Tagged with: fracking, new york, waste, hazardous waste


An unwelcome web of gas infrastructure

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By Nadia Steinzor

April 28, 2015

Whenever I see a spiderweb in the woods, I’m awestruck by the careful, diligent work it took and the ability of a small insect to adjust its design to the surrounding trees or bushes. Unfortunately, the opposite is true when it comes to the expanding web of gas pipelines and compressor stations being planned nationwide, which would take years to build, affect large areas, and have impacts that last for decades. 

No wonder communities in the path of development refuse to be ensnared.

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Tagged with: fracking, pipelines, infrastructure


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