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The United States has made massive improvements in air quality over the past decade and study after study has shown that the increased use of natural gas for electricity generation – made possible by the shale revolution – is the reason we’ve achieved this feat.

Last month, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released a landmark health assessment finding that “the risk of harmful health effects is low for residents living [near] oil and gas operations,” and that “results from exposure and health effect studies do not indicate the need for immediate public health action.”  CDPHE …

Often when a study is published that relates to fracking and health, the headlines don’t reflect what the study actually says. Watch EID’s video to learn more!