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Gas fracking: can we safely squeeze the rocks?

Published inEnvironmental development, vol. 6, p. 86-99
Publication date2013

Hydrological fracturing techniques have made accessible vast unconventional gas reserves. However, observed impacts on the environment and human health raise legitimate public concerns. The potential climate benefits of coal-to-gas substitution are both less clear and more limited than initially claimed. The question of whether to allow or ban gas fracking needs to be carefully assessed by relevant authorities. A review of current related policies and regulations is critically needed.

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PEDUZZI, Pascal, HARDING ROHR REIS, Ruth. Gas fracking: can we safely squeeze the rocks? In: Environmental development, 2013, vol. 6, p. 86–99. doi: 10.1016/j.envdev.2012.12.001
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