What a civil government would do about fracking

What a civil government would do about fracking by Janice Harvey, September 7, 2011, Telegraph Journal 
There are lots of reports online, both scientific and in the media, that contradict claims that this industry can or will be carried out responsibly here. The only thing this government can bring to the table will be promises that the regulations governing the industry in New Brunswick will be better than those in other areas, thereby minimizing the risk to water supplies, landowners and communities. They cannot eliminate the risk, nor prevent accidents, even with new regulations. Regulations are only as tight as the companies are willing to accept.

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