Fracking Endgame, Part 2
“They’re looking for tax payers to fund a polluting piece of infrastructure that’s just going to wreak more havoc on an area that’s already very industrialized.”
“They’re looking for an immediate win.”
“The community voice is often overwhelmed by profit motives.”
“We need a national ban on fracking. Regulated fracking is a farce, it doesn’t work.”
Oakley Shelton-Thomas is a researcher at Food & Water Watch and lead author of the report “Fracking Endgame” which was released June third. We’re joined also by Alison Grass who is the Research Director for Food & Water Watch. Listen to part one here. This story was co-produced by HMM Correspondent Mark Dunlea.