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Collateral Damage from Fracking: Coming Together to Protect Communities
While New York's highest court has upheld a town's right to prohibit fracking within its borders, fracking threats still loom—regardless of whether a community has enacted a ban or moratorium on this activity.
All communities, with bans or otherwise, will feel the impact of fracking-related activities nearby. Air and water pollution know no jurisdictional boundaries, and the build-up of natural gas infrastructure (i.e., pipelines, compressor stations, storage facilities and export terminals) will create hazards across municipal, county and state lines.
Collateral damage includes:
On November 15th, 2014 over 200 people from across New York state and several near-by states gathered together to hear panels of lawyers, municipal officials and citizens address:
The Coalition to Protect Communities from Fracking's Collateral Damage