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Environmental Prize Winner Opposes Frackingi
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Deborah Block
May 08, 2014 11:42 PM
This year’s North American Goldman Environmental Prize winner used legal means to ban hydraulic fracturing in parts of central New York state. Fracking, as it is known, is a controversial method to extract natural gas and other fossil fuels. Anti-fracking activists say the technique hurts the environment, while the petroleum industry maintains fracking is safe. VOA’s Deborah Block looks at both sides of the debate.

Environmental Prize Winner Opposes Fracking

Deborah Block

Published May 08, 2014

This year’s North American Goldman Environmental Prize winner used legal means to ban hydraulic fracturing in parts of central New York state. Fracking, as it is known, is a controversial method to extract natural gas and other fossil fuels. Anti-fracking activists say the technique hurts the environment, while the petroleum industry maintains fracking is safe. VOA’s Deborah Block looks at both sides of the debate.


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