Fracking moratoria could cause 'domino effect'

Justin Brake and Daniel Miller, The Independent
December 23, 2014
By Justin Brake and Daniel Miller, The Independent
Dec. 23, 2014, Quebec City – Quebec, New York and New Brunswick have all banned the controversial method of fossil fuel extraction, citing the lack of conclusive research that fracking can be done safely, reports The Independent. | READ MORE In what some are calling the possible tipping point to a domino effect, Quebec, New York and New Brunswick all banned the controversial method of fossil fuel extraction, citing the lack of conclusive research that fracking can be done safely and expressing concerns about public health, water contamination, greenhouse gas emissions and the oil and gas industry’s lack of a social license to frack. - See more at: http://theindependent.ca/2014/12/20/fracking-moratoria-could-cause-domino-effect-in-north-america-including-nl/#sthash.vF7LcuDq.dpuf In what some are calling the possible tipping point to a domino effect, Quebec, New York and New Brunswick all banned the controversial method of fossil fuel extraction, citing the lack of conclusive research that fracking can be done safely and expressing concerns about public health, water contamination, greenhouse gas emissions and the oil and gas industry’s lack of a social license to frack. - See more at: http://theindependent.ca/2014/12/20/fracking-moratoria-could-cause-domino-effect-in-north-america-including-nl/#sthash.vF7LcuDq.dpuf

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