It’s an encouraging sign, indeed, to see an important issue that unites the political left and right, helped by the efforts of OWS activists warning about the dangers of fracking.
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Imagine you live in a home in an upscale neighborhood that normally would allow you to retire when you decide to sell. Then, the gas industry decides to move in.
“Woodstock, NY” conjures up memories of the seminal rock concert of 1969. Nowadays, it’s reeling from the double-whammy of flooding and unrestrained fracking.
As part of her ongoing series on hydraulic fracturing (aka fracking), Dr. Robin Falkov interviews John Trallo about the underhanded ways that natural gas operators use to poison the environment and destroy the serenity of his mountain community.