Green hydrogen: A climate change solution or fossil fuel bait and switch? April 29, 2024

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Christina DiGiulio now has a filter hooked up to her tap water because the pipeline construction damaged the aquifer she drew from. She’s also a chemist who worked in research and development for the federal government and now works for Physicians for Social Responsibility.

“This is a theory right now, and we are the experiment they are going to use to test it,” DiGiulio said. “My fear is that this is just perpetuating the fossil fuel industry and their corporate partners.”

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