Study links fracking with health issues in animals, industry questions credibility

Must Read

“Not much there” for resource sector in Throne Speech, says Zimmer

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - MP Bob Zimmer says there is "not much there" for the resource sector from...

Fairview RCMP respond to hunting incident

FAIRVIEW, A.B. - Fairview RCMP say they responded to a report of a hunting incident northwest of Fairview. According to...

Fairview RCMP respond to boating fatality along Peace River

FAIRVIEW, A.B. - Fairview RCMP report that they responded to a boating fatality on the Peace River. According to RCMP,...
Erica Fisher

Erica is a reporter for Moose FM and in Fort St. John, B.C. She grew up in Victoria, B.C. and received her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec.

The peer reviewed study, conducted by a veterinarian and a researcher from the Department of Molecular Medicine at Cornell University, was published in January and inspired an investigative report that was published last week.

The paper reportedly examined case histories of 24 farms in six American states in which fracking occurs, and  it is said to be the first peer-reviewed study linking fracking with health issues in animals that are intended for human consumption. 
Industry commentators are questioning the fact the 24 farms were not disclosed and that the authors have no track record of environmental investigation.
They also argue  the peer-review process "was not very stringent."
To read the investigative report, click here. The full study is available for download below.
- Advertisement -

Community Interviews with Moose FM

Subscribe to our newsletter

Get the latest news delivered to your mailbox every morning.

More Articles Like This