As Earth Day Nears, Latest Data Show U.S. Air Quality Continues to Improve, Thanks to Shale Gas

Ahead of Earth Day, an Energy In Depth review of the latest government data shows that U.S. emissions of carbon dioxide and three air pollutants responsible for millions of deaths worldwide have significantly declined since the shale revolution began. This is a trend that multiple reputable third parties agree can …
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Rolling Stone’s Latest Anti-Fracking Report is Hilariously Awful

It’s been said many times before, but bears repeating: Rolling Stone really should stick to music. The once revered rock magazine sustained another hard news fail this week with an article that claims a “new” and “authoritative study” proves “fracking is contaminating the air and water – and imperiling the …
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Ahead of Hearing, New Report Debunks Activists Claims on Health Impacts of Oil and Gas Development

A new report released today by Energy In Depth (EID) aims to insert facts and key information into the policy discussion centered this week around a legislative proposal to restrict oil and gas development in Colorado. The report examines public health data points and highlights analysis conducted by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), which show positive health indicator trends and low-risk air sample readings that stand in stark contrast to claims made by activists opposed to the state’s oil and gas industry.
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Health 101

Did you know that study after study has found that - thanks to our increased use of natural gas brought about by shale production - air emissions across the United States have plummeted?

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Fracking and Health: Headlines vs. Reality