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Video: The Science of Shale Gas
Anthony Ingraffea, PhD, a professor of engineering at Cornell University, discusses the heavily industrialized and spatially intense nature of hydraulic fracturing and why, where and how it leaks methane -- a greenhouse gas 72 times more powerful 1than carbon dioxide.
In the Spotlight
September 19, 2015
Nukebusters Short Film Awards
The votes are in! Five hundred people and three celebrity judges chose the best films on nuclear weapons.