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Video of the Week: The Sky is Pink THE SKY IS PINK by Josh Fox and the GASLAND Team from JFOX on Vimeo. The scientific evidence...Read More
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Visit the Ohio Environmental Council's web site (www.theoec.org) and add your name to the proposed moratorium on fracking in Ohio. This is serious stuff! Stand up for clean water and...Read More

what the frack?
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Over 3,500,000 gallons of water are used when fracking a single well.
Drilling emits Nitrogen Oxide & Volatile Organic Compounds, resulting in destructive surface smog.
Over 80,000 pounds of chemicals are injected into the earth's crust to frack each well.
A loophole in the '05 Energy Bill exempts gas drillers from EPA guidelines like the Clean Water Act.
Researchers suspect 65 of the compounds used in Fracking are hazardous to human health
Fracking Fluid calls for 2 million gallons of H20, transported by up to 100 water- haulers.
Upwards of 70% of Fracking fluid remains in the ground and is not biodegradable.
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