We’re Just Starting to Learn How Fracking Harms Wildlife

October 2nd, 2019

by Tara Lohan

“‘Studies show that there are multiple pathways to wildlife being harmed,’ says ecologist Sandra Steingraber, a distinguished scholar in residence at Ithaca College who has worked for a decade compiling research on the health effects of fracking. ‘Biodiversity is a determinant of public health — without these wild animals doing ecosystem services for us, we can’t survive.'” Dr. Steingraber is quoted in this thorough piece on fracking and wildlife in the Revelator. Read the article