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Fracking in America | Watch Free Documentary Online.
Energy independence. Two words that became very important in the U.S. politics. For years now, the United States has tried to lower its dependence on foreign oil for its energy needs. With stability in the Middle East in question, drilling at home has never been more attractive, but it often comes at a cost.
Natural gas extraction – fracking – is being touted as the answer. The way fracking is taking place, there are questions being asked about the process and its implications. People have been aware for decades that the rock formation known as the Marcellus Shale has natural gas trapped inside it. But it took professor Terry Engelder to figure out how much was there. And what he found shocked everyone. Watch Documentary Fracking in America | Watch Free Documentary Online.
▶ FRACKING OURSELVES INTO OBLIVION http://sco.lt/8mKlIP
- LOTS MORE:
- FRACKING SECRETS BY THE THOUSANDS KEEP U.S. CLUELESS ON WELLS: LEAVING TOXIC MINEFIELD IN THEIR WAKE
- ALL ABOUT FRACKING – EcoWatch: Uniting the Voice of the Grassroots Environmental Movement
- Shale Gas Bubble About to Burst
- Louisiana natural gas industry helps drive ‘reindustrialization of America’
- New wave of injection wells on the way in Ohio for fracking waste
- U.S. set for fracking bonanza, says historian Ferguson
If we are to survive as a species, we can no longer sustain extracting our precious resources to the point of extinction. The health of the planet is our health. We must change and change now. SEE MY BLOGS: CHANGE IS UPON US, AND CHANGE WE MUST AND AN URGENT MEMO TO THE WORLD
BONUS VIDEO: Helicopter Pilot Blows Whistle On Tuna Industry
With nearly $800 billion in drugs sold worldwide, pharmaceuticals are increasingly being released into the environment
The “green pharmacy” movement seeks to reduce the ecological impact of these drugs, which have caused mass bird die-offs and spawned antibiotic-resistant pathogens. by sonia shah As Pharmaceutical Use Soars, Drugs Taint Water and Wildlife by Sonia Shah: Yale Environment 360.