What Research Says on Key Fracking Debate Issues

RFF’s Daniel Raimi, Alan Krupnick, and Isabel Echarte discuss the latest research on the impacts of fracking and the shale revolution.

Webinar featuring Daniel Raimi, Alan Krupnick, and Isabel Echarte — April 25, 2018

What Research Says on Key Fracking Debate Issues

RFF’s Daniel Raimi, Alan Krupnick, and Isabel Echarte discuss the latest research on the impacts of fracking and the shale revolution.

Webinar featuring Daniel Raimi, Alan Krupnick, and Isabel Echarte — April 25, 2018

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