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Fracking and groundwater contamination? It's complicated.
From climate events in New York to an industry conference in Pittsburgh, natural gas and climate change are being linked. And whether fracking is considered a solution or a roadblock to climate change mitigation depends on who you ask.
The 2010 oil spill at a BP platform on the Macondo drilling site in the Gulf of Mexico was the largest in history. Earlier this month, a group of journalists took a tour of the Gulf oil industry after BP to assess how the industry has changed since the spill.
"If Not Us Then Who?" is the name of a film, photography and audio exhibit launched in New York in tandem with the United Nations Climate Summit. It shows indigenous people in the world's forests, as they confront natural disasters and energy development.
Fracking took center state during part of the first debate between Pennsylvania's candidates for governor. Republican Incumbent Tom Corbett and Democrat Tom Wolf each answered questions about how the state should tax the oil and gas industry.