We continue to suffer from air pollution November 27, 2020

Dr. Edward C. Ketyer, PSR-Pennsylvania | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburghers old enough to remember the first Earth Day in 1970 would agree with the assertion that the air looks cleaner now than it did before. However, crediting fracking for any “positive effect” on the region’s air quality is both disingenuous and dishonest.

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