Fracking Chemicals in the Colorado River

Chemicals used in the fracking process have been discovered in the Colorado River, a drinking water source for nearly thirty million people.  “This could raise the risk of reproductive, metabolic, neurological and other diseases, especially in children who are exposed to endocrine-disrupting chemicals,” explains researcher Susan Nagel. And just think what it’s doing to the fish populations, too. Via Grist.

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