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CSSD illustrates what is wrong with fracking debate

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By Jennifer Krill

April 16, 2013

The formation of the Center for Sustainable Shale Development (CSSD) illustrates much that’s wrong with today’s fracking debate.

By attempting to address the need for stronger standards, the effort validates claims that existing state oversight of oil and gas extraction is inadequate to protect impacted communities.

But CSSD also validates local communities’ mistrust of fracking supporters by excluding drilling-impacted communities from the CSSD formation and decision-making structure. The CSSD has publicly launched a plan to certify drilling, but has not publicly disclosed its verification process.

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Tagged with: fracking, regulation, shell, certification, john hanger, edf, cssd, chevron


It was 25 years ago…

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By Jennifer Krill

March 5, 2013

25 years ago in 1988, Earthworks (then Mineral Policy Center) was founded with a simple idea: irresponsible mining and drilling that scars landscapes and devastates communities, had to stop.

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Tagged with: mining, fracking, phil hocker, 25th anniversary


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