As we wait for the Department of Environmental Conservation to release it’s final report on hydraulic fracturing, environmental groups are offering up some analysis of their own. Thursday, Environment New York and Environmental Advocates of New York released a report on some of the economic risks associated with fracking, including public health costs. David VanLuven, director of Environment New York, and Environmental Advocates of New York Water Program Director Katherine Nadeau explain.

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