Sacrificing Health and the Environment for Short-Term Economic Benefit
By Walter M. Brasch
Publisher: Greeley & Stone Publishers
Published: January 2016
Genre: Non-Fiction, Environment
Formats Available For Review: pdf
In his most provocative and in-depth investigation to date, award-winning journalist Walter M. Brasch digs deep into the issue of fracking, and extracts the truth about the process and effects. FRACKING AMERICA is the most extensive and comprehensive look at fracking of any of the books about fracking, with a focus upon how fracking impacts the individual, both those who live near gas wells and those who can be affected but live far from major shale fields. Among the 25 chapters are those that look at health; environment; air and water pollution; economics; the politics and lobbying; agriculture; transportation of gas and its problems; media (how the media report fracking, how the industry and the anti-fracking protestors use the media); the large anti-fracking movement; theological base and climate change; renewable energy.
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