A reminder about a great learning opportunity available today at Noon. Three experts will be describing the state of the science on the health implications of fracking.The event is offered by the Collaborative on Health and the Environment (CHE), a nonpartisan organization with a mission of strengthening the science dialogue on environmental factors impacting human health.
It’s a one-hour conference call, with some time for Q&A at the end. You can register by clicking here:
This event should be outstanding whether you’ve been studying the health impacts of drilling for a long time or if you’re a novice just starting to find out about drilling and health. You can find out more about the event and the presenters here.
CHE has posted the presentations online. If you’re attending you may want to review the slides beforehand, or if you can’t attend you may want to have a look anyway. Download presentations by clicking on the graphics below:
Dr. Detlev Helmig will be speaking on Air Quality Impacts of Oil and Gas Devleopment. Much of his talk relates to his study on the Uintah Basin in Utah, which we reported on last week.
Dr. Michelle Bamberger will be talking about her work on “Health Impacts of Unconventional Fossil Fuel Extraction”, the basis for her book The Real Cost of Fracking: How America’s Shale-Gas Boom is Threatening our Families, Pets and Food.
You can download her presentation here:
Dr. David Brown will be discussing “Unconventional Natural Gas Drilling and Health: What Needs to be Looked at Next”. Download here:
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