California Regulators Find Several “Significant And Unavoidable Impacts” Of Fracking, Approve Nine Offshore Frack Jobs Anyway

http://www.desmogblog.com/2015/07/02/california-regulators-find-several-significant-and-unavoidable-impacts-fracking-approve-nine-offshore-frack-jobs

California regulators released a final environmental review yesterday that found fracking has “significant and unavoidable impacts” — less than a week after they approved nine new offshore frack jobs. The state’s Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) released its final report on the environmental impacts of extreme oil extraction techniques like fracking and acidization, and found multiple impacts to air quality, public safety and the climate that “cannot be mitigated.” Click here for reuse options! Tags: californiaDOGGRDivision of Oil Gas and Geothermal Resourcesoiloil spillSanta Barbarafrackingoffshore frackingDrillingCenter for Biological Diversity

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