Our Environmental Protection Agency doesn't seem to mention that Fracking is Exempt from the Clean Water Act? Natural Gas Extraction - Hydraulic Fracturing
Exempt you ask? The Halliburton Loophole
Did the exemption get closed?
Hmm, I wonder why... (Maybe we all know):
This water may not be safe to drink:
In our past, the water was being polluted:
We may be too late when it comes to water?
More News under Trump Administration:
Trump and Pruitt are the biggest threat to the EPA in its 47 years of existence and Did Trump’s EPA Chief Just Say His Mission Is to Dismantle the Agency? Yes EPA won’t be able to do the ‘right thing’ under Trump, says latest protesting official
First, Trump used data from a bogus source:
Scott Pruitt, longtime adversary of EPA, confirmed to lead the agency and Pruitt v EPA: A Compilation of 14 Challenges of EPA Rules Filed by the Oklahoma Attorney General and Climate change is off the table under Trump
In other news, water is wet, EPA changes its stand on fracking, says it can harm drinking water in ‘some circumstances’
NASA has something you need to see: Watch as old sea ice vanishes and now That giant crack in Antarctica just keeps getting bigger
We may have a problem! The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Already Here
Greenland Ice Melt: Hidden Movements of Greenland Ice Sheet, Runoff Revealed and Greenland Ice Sheet Today
Miami's Fight Against Rising Seas Miami is on the ocean, Miami Beach wants to fast-track work to battle sea-level rise and San Francisco, Rising Reality and other cities, What Trump’s Climate Legacy Could Look Like
March 27, 2017 - BIG NEWS! Maryland General Assembly approves fracking ban
November 6, 2016! USGS: 5.0-magnitude earthquake rattles Oklahoma
September 3, 2016: Newsflash!
Does this chart match this FAQ? https://earthquakes.ok.gov/faqs/ I can't reconcile the two, can you? Oh! "Fracking is NOT causing most of the induced earthquakes. Wastewater disposal is the primary cause of the recent increase in earthquakes in the central United States." So it isn't the fracking that is the problem, it is what is left over and has to be thrown away that is the cause? Remind me against what is creating the wastewater?
Wait! What about Oklahoma University Professors on this? Oil CEO Wanted University Quake Scientists Dismissed: Dean's E-Mail
I understand the needed balance of the environment and jobs, peoples' safety and energy security. But in my opinion the pendulum has swung WAY too far to the side of corporations and non-regulation. People do not contribute to a candidate without expecting something in return (or that candidate may not get that contribution the next time they run?)
Rachel Carson wrote a book. I am glad we did things in the past to keep our country beautiful like choosing Bald Eagles over DDT:
Regulation of Industry is one of the ongoing political struggles, between corporations wanting less regulation (we know how that worked out for our banks and mortgage lenders in 2008) and people wanting to be safe and secure:
Earthquakes are migrating to Colorado: Tribune Opinion: It’s time to take a deep look at earthquakes in Weld County
"The quakes are not caused by fracking, which a Denver TV station reported on Sunday night. All the experts believe they are caused by injection wells, which it can be said is a result of the drilling activity in northern Colorado."
Injection Wells? General Information About Injection Wells
So injection wells are used to help oil and gas wells. Fracking wells?
Water Pollution then made some people angry:
Water may be the resource we exhaust first: