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1 out of 3 People in Los Angeles Lives Within a Mile of an Oil Well
The 'Ban Fracking in the Name of Good Booze' Movement Comes to the U.S.
Fracking's Unlikely Opponents: German Breweries
Chevron: Sorry Our Fracking Well Burst Into Flames—Here's Some Pizza
Yes, It Can Get Worse: Colorado Floodwaters May Have Left Behind Toxic Sludge
Why Oil Companies Want to Drop Acid in California
How Fracking Is Drying Up One Unlucky Texas Town
The Land of Lincoln Rushes to Welcome Fracking
The President Says He’ll Act on Climate Change. Does He Mean It This Time?
6 Wins That Greens Can Be Thankful for in 2012
Obama’s Re-Election: A Boom for Natural Gas?
Environmental Biologist Sandra Steingraber Asks ‘Why Is Fracking Allowed?’
Natalie Merchant: ‘Fracking...Is a Pandora’s Box We Should Not Open’
Famed Ecologist Sandra Steingraber Condemns Fracking: ‘Each Well Is a Chimney Venting Toxic Gas’
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg Supports Fracking...as Long as the Fracked Land Is Far From NYC
Mark Ruffalo to NY Governor Cuomo: Do the Right Thing on Fracking
The Daily Dirt: September 4, 2012
Fracking May Have Found Some New Friends
Fracking Fallout in Ohio: ‘Throwing Up Until the Blood Vessels in My Eyes Burst’
5 Reasons Fracking Should Scare the Absolute Hell Out of You
The Daily Wild: Feline and Fabulous
Photo of the Day: Guns and Rebar
Your Fragile Planet: 'Angel Oak'