Adverse health risks increase with proximity to fracking facilities — DES Daughter Network

 

Unconventional oil and gas development is rapidly encroaching on heavily populated neighborhoods, posing potential risks to human health.

Dr. Lisa McKenzie presents results from a human health risk assessment that characterized prenatal through adult health risks from exposure to non-methane hydrocarbons in Colorado populations living near oil and gas development. The study found that both air pollutant concentrations and health risks increased with proximity to oil and gas facilities. . .

via Adverse health risks increase with proximity to fracking facilities — DES Daughter Network

3 thoughts on “Adverse health risks increase with proximity to fracking facilities — DES Daughter Network

    • They may be looking forward to join you as southern hemisphere neighbours, enjoy the Texas barbecues! Variation on GHWB quote replacing “American” with “North American,” “If the North American people knew what we did, they would chase us down the street and lynch us.”

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