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Brief review of threats to Canada’s groundwater from the oil and gas industry’s …

Brief review of threats to Canada’s groundwater from the oil and gas industry’s methane migration and hydraulic fracturing

Author(s):
Jessica Ernst

Date:
06.2013

First hand comprehensive review of fossile fuel exploitation problems in Canada on 90+ pages.

The author:

As somebody who has reported for 20 years on this industry in [Alberta], I can tell you I’ve met hundreds of people in this province who have signed confidentiality agreements once their water was blown, once their livestock was killed, once a member of their family were injured, once they lost most of their grass or their trees as a result of fouling events, contamination events, air pollution, you name it. It is common practice in this province to buy people out, and then buy their silence … so there is no record of how this industry quite often performs badly.

Source / Publisher:
Ernst Environmental Services

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