California to sue Bureau of Land Management against drilling and fracking of public land for oil


Keeping with the growing urgency of acting against climate change, the state of California is going to sue the Bureau of Land Management to block the opening of more than 1 million acres of public land to oil and gas drilling, including hydraulic fracturing or fracking.

The dangers of fracking on the environment are well known; which ranges from air pollution to water pollution, as well as increased potential for earthquakes in fracking sites due to the vast amount of pressure being applied on rocks to extract oil.

Source: USA Today

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