Topic: Fracking

Road to Green is Not Always a Federal Highway

July 22, 2016
Natural Gas Drilling

State regulators and policymakers have more experience, expertise and local knowledge than the federal government does.

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Challenges are the Essence of Science

May 27, 2016
Fracking

The concept of “settled science” is silly. Scientists should at all costs defend the right to challenge science. In addressing challenges, science advances, little by little.

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In Energy Politics, Simple Wins, But Simple is Usually Wrong

April 18, 2016
Natural Gas Drilling

Some politicians are calling for a nationwide ban on fracking. That is not what we should do and it would almost certainly be bad for health and the environment because of two reasons.

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It's Time You Get Up to Speed on Hydraulic Fracturing

Sept. 12, 2014
It's Time You Get Up to Speed on Hydraulic Fracturing

Have you heard about the energy transition underway in the United States? My guess is probably not.

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Are Americans Losing Interest in Energy?

Oct. 17, 2013
Are Americans Losing Interest in Energy?

According to the latest University of Texas Energy Poll, Americans read about energy less often and worry less about saving it at home than two years ago. See more results. [Video]

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