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Big Green Fracking Machine: How gas industry insiders are funding and overseeing the environmental groups behind the Center for Sustainable Shale Development

Public Accountability Initiative, June 2013


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Resource IDpai2013
Resource titleBig Green Fracking Machine: How gas industry insiders are funding and overseeing the environmental groups behind the Center for Sustainable Shale Development
Author(s)Robert Galbraith, Kevin Connor
Publication/ sourcePublic Accountability Initiative
Date publishedJune 2013
Summary text/ abstractMuch has been made of the recently announced Center for Sustainable Shale Development (CSSD), a Pittsburgh-based partnership between 11 fracking companies and non-profit groups. The CSSD bills itself as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for the gas industry, putting forward a set of 15 standards for fracking and certifying drillers that voluntarily comply with those standards. Press reports have hailed CSSD as a "peace treaty" between the drilling industry and environmentalists in an "unlikely partnership." This report documents the considerable ties between the Center for Sustainable Shale Development and the natural gas industry.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Extreme Energy, Politics
Added to Free Range Library15/10/2014
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