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Public Accountability Initiative, June 2013
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|Resource title||Big 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/ source||Public Accountability Initiative|
|Date published||June 2013|
|Summary text/ abstract||Much 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 categories||Anarchism & Action, Extreme Energy, Politics|
|Added to Free Range Library||15/10/2014|
Big Green Fracking Machine: How gas industry insiders are funding and overseeing the environmental groups behind the Center for Sustainable Shale Development [3.9 megabytes]
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