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Setbacks: How Far is Far Enough?

Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy
11 Jan 2012
Stan Scobie

Stan Scobie, Ph.D. SGEIS comments submitted to the NY Department of Environmental Conservation re: substance migration from gas wells and setback distance.

Public Health Considerations of the Draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact Statement

Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy
11 Jan 2012
Adam Law and Jake Hays

PSE statement submitted to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

Ingraffea: Some Scientific Failings with the Draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Statement And Proposed Regulation

Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy
08 Jan 2012
Anthony Ingraffea

Dr. Tony Ingraffea's SGEIS statement submitted to the NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation.

Howarth: Some Scientific Failings with the Draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Statement

Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy
30 Nov 2011
Robert Howarth

Statement submitted by Robert Howarth, Ph.D. regarding the New York State draft SGEIS. Howarth's comments focus on the greenhouse gas footprint of shale gas and the water quality problems associated with shale gas.

Letter to Governor Cuomo on Cancer Risks of HVHF

16 Nov 2011

This letter to Governor Cuomo and other state government leaders was initiated by Sandra Steingraber and warns that rushing to issue hydrofracking permits before conducting a full assessment of public health risks threatens to expose New Yorkers to the carcinogens that have been identified in communities in other states soon after the gas drilling began.

TESTIMONY: Howarth to the Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation

12 Oct 2011
Robert Howarth

Robert Howarth's written testimony to the Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation regarding the draft sGEIS for shale gas development in New York State.

Statement on dSEIS for Proposed LPG Storage Facility

Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy
11 Oct 2011
PSE

PSE's statement on the proposed Seneca Lake LPG facility, which finds that Inergy's dSEIS for the proposed liquid propane gas storage facility at Seneca Lake inadequately addresses potential impacts on both the environment and the community ...read more.

Testimony : PSE at Public Hearing on the Revised Draft SGEIS Governing Natural Gas Drilling.

06 Oct 2011

Albany NY. This ten minute oral testimony was given on behalf of PSE by the organization's program director, Jake Hays, at the NYS Assembly Hearing convened by the Assembly Standing Committee on Environmental Conservation.

Scientists Sign-On Letter to Governor Cuomo

15 Sep 2011

This letter was initiated by Dr. Howarth and signed by fifty-nine scientists from around the world with expertise in water treatment systems, aquatic chemistry or biogeochemistry, and/or with the movement and fate of toxic or radioactive materials. The letter expresses concern that municipal drinking water filtration systems are not designed to adequately remove chemicals and other contaminants used in hydraulic fracturing should such toxins end up in the water supply. It was delivered to Governor Cuomo on September 15, 2011.

Testimony: Dr. Adam Law at NYS Assembly Public Hearing on Hydraulic Fracturing

26 May 2011

Albany NY. Assembly Public Hearing on Health Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing Techniques. NYS Assembly Standing Committee on Environmental Conservation.

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