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Jan

13

Cornell Veterinarians Study Health Impacts from Shale Gas

Veterinarians from Cornell University have issued a report concluding that health impacts on livestock are indeed occurring near natural gas operations throughout the country with particular emphasis on shale gas production. Much of the affected livestock Near gas drilling operations include animals which then enter the food chain and are consumed by humans. Unfortunately , […]

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Dec

17

Industry Jobs Claims Grossly Inflated for Ohio According to OSU

Ohio State University has issued a report questioning the economic impacts of shale gas development in the state. While industry had claimed as many as 200,000 jobs to be created in Ohio over the next 4 years, economists at the University think the number will be more likely to hover around 20,000, or 1/10 industry […]

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Dec

17

American Lung Asso. strongly urges EPA to regulate air toxics from Oil and Gas

The American Lung Association together with other organizations filed a public comment with the US Environmental Protection Agency stressing the need for more stringent regulations on air toxics coming from oil and gas activities. The comment reads as follows: From: American Lung Association, American Public Health Association, Amercan Thoracic Society, Asthma and Allergy Foundation of […]

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