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Earthworks’ Founding Story

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By Alan Septoff

March 5, 2013

Twenty-five years ago in 1988, Wyoming architect and Sierra Club activist Phil Hocker teamed up with the greatest Interior Secretary in the history of the United States Stewart Udall, Sierra Club Executive Director and Chairman Michael McCloskey, prominent non-profit attorney Thomas Troyer, and former National Wildlife Federation President Thomas Kimball to form Mineral Policy Center.

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Wrong. A fracking company HAS volunteered to participate in EPA’s study.

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By Alan Septoff

January 25, 2013

Sometimes, you are just wrong. Not inaccurate. Not mischaracterized. Just wrong.

Unfortunately for me, that is what I was in describing the fracking industry’s universal unwillingness to participate in prospective testing (before drilling/fracking and after) case studies in the Environmental Protection Agency’s research into the impacts of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water sources.

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