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Mining for coal reserves would not be better than fracking – Yorkshire Post letters

He claims that fracking will industrialise the area with “grids of drill … Considering the situation in the Persian Gulf at present, plus the fact that Vladimir Putin may well decide to shut off the …

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Friday letters: Oil drilling in Everglades spells disaster; assault weapons ban long overdue

The Florida House, led by Speaker Jose Oliva could ban matrix acidizing, yet they have watered down legislation to exclude this process from a “fracking ban.” Broward County may stop this one project, …

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LETTERS: On same-sex marriage and fracking safeguards

I am. Environment Texas was glad to hear that Gov. Greg Abbott has approved increased funding for seismic monitoring around fracking wastewater injection sites in response to the rise in 3.0-plus earthquakes in the Barnett Shale, but trying to protect …
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LETTERS: Let’s not make Ohio fracking waste capital of US

Kudos to The Enquirer for covering the proposal to barge fracking waste on the Ohio River (“Will Ohio River carry fracking waste?” Jan. 14). As the nation’s attention focuses on the West Virginia chemical spill, so should we also consider …
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Letters: America’s harsh working environment

I am an attorney representing injured workers, and daily I see the physical, mental and emotional toll on employees who are pushed to the limits for the sake of efficiency. Squeezing more work out of fewer employees may save labor costs up front …
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Letters: Weigh environmental effect of more fossil fuels

Also a view on increasing access to over-the-counter drugs
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Letters: Help the environment and create jobs – MLive.com

It’s truly important we thoroughly check out everything about wind turbine devices. If they use more energy than they produce, what’s the point? I have one question that plagues me. Do we want to develop or invade our beautiful Lake Michigan with a wind …
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Letters: Environmental and economic costs of the high-speed rail line

One does not have to be a Chiltern nimbyist to question whether a high-speed rail link between London and the north should get priority over other rail investments; nor to doubt whether it will narrow the north-south divide ( Offer for homeowners hit by high-speed rail link , 21 January). If the London-Birmingham link will cost £17bn, we can reckon that completion to Glasgow will exceed £100bn …
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