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Scientists Disagree on Shale Gas Risk

Composite-SiegelIngraffea-460.jpgAs part of our series, Fractured Future, we invite two academics often quoted by either side of the shale gas debate to take a look at the science. Anthony Ingraffea of Cornell University often speaks to community groups and environmental organizations concerned about hydrofracking. Donald Siegel of Syracuse University often speaks publicly in favour of natural gas development.

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