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I’m on NPR’s Diane Rehm Show Monday at 10 am on Fracking

By Joe Romm on August 28, 2011 at 9:39 pm

"I’m on NPR’s Diane Rehm Show Monday at 10 am on Fracking"

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Details here.  You can listen here.  My most relevant post may be, IEA’s “Golden Age of Gas Scenario” Leads to More Than 6°F Warming and Out-of-Control Climate Change

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5 Responses to I’m on NPR’s Diane Rehm Show Monday at 10 am on Fracking

  1. Andy says:

    Good that you’re getting the exposure. Maybe you should try to slip in a word on the pending step-up in tar sands production. At least the most safely developed natural gas deposits could be a more acceptable supplement to our transit fuel demand. That is, assuming there’d be enough excess production capacity.

  2. Andy Hultgren says:

    Great news! Yes, please do try to put in a good word for the tar sands protests going on at the White House. I believe they use fracked natural gas to produce the tar sands.

    I’m a big fan of the Diane Rehm Show – have fun on there Joe!!

  3. Mike Roddy says:

    Go get em, Joe, you have a really important message here.

    Revkin was again touting the gas “bridge fuel” line on his blog last week- he and I got into a little tussle. Andy has destroyed his remaining credibility based on this issue alone. The facts are obvious, as you pointed out in your June CP post.

  4. Cinnamon Girl says:

    Joe, thanks for taking the effort to sit on the DR Show panel. RE: the plaintive cry “You gotta balance jobs against [everything else],” what happens to jobs in the area where the local groundwater supplies are contaminated? Flash-in-the-pan jobs for drilling vs. the real threat of local economy destruction from water contamination–that doesn’t sound like a good argument against regulation to me. ‘Ground regulation on sound science’–sound science is impossible without knowing what compounds/chemicals are involved. Finally, it appears that everyone who discusses this sort of topic in public must have at hand a cogent response to the red herring “looky what happened with the hubbub over the vaccine-autism link” statements. That BS seems to trip up the industry-leaning layman often, and it’s…garbage.

  5. Mauri Pelto says:

    Skytruth has embarked on an interesting Fracking Project in the Marcellus.
    http://blog.skytruth.org/2011/07/marcellus-shale-hydrofracking-surface.html