Issue in Focus: Shale + Health

Colorado’s Top Medical Officer: No Evidence of “Public Health Impact as a Result of the Current Setbacks”

Lacking Evidence for Reproductive Problems, Anti-Fracking Researchers Attempt to Push Foreign Studies

CSU Finds Low Emissions Levels along Colorado’s Front Range

Colorado’s Top Medical Officer on Fracking and Health: “We Don’t See Anything to be Concerned With”

Study Finds Emissions from South Texas Fracking ‘Within Federally Mandated Acceptable Limits’

New DEP Data Show Methane Emissions Continue to Decrease, Air Quality “Continues to Improve”

Despite Provocative Headlines, New Pa. Study Fails to Link Fracking to Asthma

Anti-fracking Group-Led Report Forced to Acknowledge Shale Gas’ Huge Role in Reducing Air Pollution

UC Study Claiming Air Pollution from Fracking Quietly Retracted Due to Bad Data

WHO Database Shows Shale Gas Continues to Significantly Improve U.S. Air Quality