Fracking imperils public health and water quality, spilling cancer-causing chemicals into our water, and spewing them into the air. Catskill Mountainkeeper's Senior Research Director, Dr. Kathy Nolan, a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility and Concerned Health Professionals of New York, nailed that point home with a new report that Rolling Stone Magazine called "the most authoritative study of its kind."
We need more of this work in the world. In the fight against the gas companies' propaganda, the truth is our best weapon. Sign our note below to thank Kathy and her colleagues for their work to expose fracking's dangers.
To Mountainkeeper's Dr. Kathy Nolan, Physicians for Social Responsibility, and Concerned Health Professionals of New York -
Thank you so much for your groundbreaking work to document fracking's dangers, which Rolling Stone Magazine rightly called, "the most authoritative study of its kind." Your work is shining light on the gas companies' lies and is a beacon of hope in the fight against climate change, water pollution, and fracking's public health impacts.
Please keep at it. Keep bringing science to bear and hold the fracking companies accountable for their harms.