Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Philly Inquirer runs in-depth series on fracking

If you haven't yet seen the Philadelphia Inquirer's recent investigative series on fracking in PA, be sure to check it out.  The newspaper has also collated all make and manner of resources, graphs, timelines, maps and an archive of previous stories about all aspects of drilling the Marcellus Shale.  Click HERE to read the series and access the links to all other resources.

1 comment:

Daria said...

I have visited the Endless Mountains on July 4th 2012 and I will tell you is I saw alot of the forrests being torn down along with the wildlife being displaced.

Our friends have a cabin up there and have invited us to come up before the beauty is distroyed. I will not gain a thing from commenting here but after reading and speaking to people, I'm not so sure that this is safe for us to be doing.
We saw alot of deer on the move and a Rattler crossing the road. Their home is being destroyed and will never be the same again.

Daria from Maryland.