New Studies Link Fracking to Earthquakes -- Now What?

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As new evidence emerges connecting one step in fracking operations to a greater risk of earthquakes, fracking operators are even more exposed to the turning tide of public opinion. However, it's not the fracking itself that seems to be the problem. Watch this video to find out what particular aspects of the process are implicated, and what can be done about it.

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