Scientists Urge EPA To Say Why It Thinks Fracking Doesn’t Contaminate Water.

The EPA draft report lacked clarity in “several critical areas.”

On August 11, 2016 an independent board of scientists said the Environmental Protection Agency should clarify why it said in a landmark draft report on fracking that there is a lack of evidence of widespread impacts on water. SAB Letter to EPA

In a much-awaited report submitted to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, the agency’s independent Science Advisory Board (SAB) said it was concerned about the clarity and adequacy to support “several major findings” found in a draft assessment report on fracking the EPA first published last year. More> 

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