Audio: How fracking can affect human health October 22, 2020

Yale Climate Connections

Burning natural gas produces less carbon pollution and releases fewer harmful particles to the air than burning coal. But Barbara Gottlieb of the nonprofit Physicians for Social Responsibility says fracking is not without its own consequences for human health.

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