Drought Dangers: Frackers in Colorado Will Have Plenty of Water But Farmers May Go Without


More upside down priorities from the western fracking front. In drought-struck Colorado, oil and gas companies will have plenty of water for their fracking operations this summer, but farmers may not have enough to irrigate their crops. It seems our insatiable thirst for fossil fuel is now even trumping our most basic need for food. Can you eat natural gas? Consider this from an April 2 Denver...

Stuart H. Smith is an attorney based in New Orleans fighting major oil companies and other polluters.
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