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Protect Arches and Canyonlands from fracking | CREDO

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is on the verge of opening over 80,000 acres of land just miles from Arches and Canyonlands national parks to the dangerous new method of oil and gas drilling called fracking. Despite the clear danger to these precious national treasures, and serious concerns over nearby Moab’s drinking water, BLM is moving forward with a ...

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Feds Punt on Leadership Over Fracking Rules, Experts Say | Inside Climate News via TruthOut

By Lisa Song, InsideClimate News New BLM rule stands up well next to state regulations, says one scientist. “But unfortunately, that’s because most state regulations are very poor.” Nearly two years after Wyoming became the first state to regulate high-volume hydraulic fracturing, the federal government is finally taking similar steps to supervise oil and gas drilling on public lands. Released ...

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