Forbes Comes to Defense of "Fugitive Fracking"

From Forbes:
The wild artistic license of movies like Gasland notwithstanding, the common feeling in the media and, therefore, among the public, is that fracking is causing significant environmental damage (Energy Justice). However, it seems that fracking may be getting a bum rap, at least from the standpoint of toxic emissions.
At the end of January, RAND published a paper in Environmental Research Letters(ERL) assigning monetary damages to environmental health caused by emissions from shale gas extraction in Pennsylvania during fracking operations. The RAND study estimated these damages to range between $7.2 and $32 million dollars in 2011.
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