Public Health Experts Flunk Report Tying Pennsylvania Air Quality Improvements to Gas Drilling October 31, 2019
“Saying the air is ‘better than it was before’ is still not good enough,” said Dr. Ned Ketyer, a retired pediatric physician and board member of Physicians for Social Responsibility. “And the CMU report makes clear, that progress is slipping away.”
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