PSE Healthy Energy Applauds U.S. EPA for Regulations on Methane from New and Modified Oil & Gas Operations Also Urges Swift Information Collection and Adoption of Rule for Existing Oil & Gas Wells and Infrastructure
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency yesterday unveiled finalized standards to reduce methane emissions from new, restructured and modified wells and infrastructure in the oil and gas industry. This represents one of the Obama Administration's most important steps toward reducing climate-warming greenhouse gas emissions and addressing human health concerns from the oil & gas industry.
Study: New Analysis Reveals that Majority of Peer-Reviewed Science Show Health and Environmental Concerns from Fracking and Unconventional Gas Development
A new analysis from PSE Healthy Energy shows that a clearer scientific understanding of the public health and environmental impacts of modern natural gas development is beginning to emerge from the hundreds of scientific studies conducted in recent years.
Study: Renewable Energy Best Way to Achieve Climate Targets under Clean Power Plan
New analysis from PSE Healthy Energy and University of California at Berkeley finds that increased deployment of renewable energy is the best way to meet or even surpass Clean Power Plan targets, as recent scientific measurements of methane leaks from natural gas systems have found higher rates of leakage than those recorded in official inventories.
Breaking News: EPA proposed rule would cut methane emissions and also protect public health
New Article Highlights Concern over Shale Gas Development in the United Kingdom
SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATION, PSE HEALTHY ENERGY, AND FACULTY AT WEILL CORNELL MEDICAL COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY OF EXETER MEDICAL SCHOOL ARTICULATE CONSIDERATIONS IN SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT