A review of high-volume hydraulic fracturing, chemical disclosure, and risk.
Our Annual Progress Report summarizes key successes of the Graham Sustainability Institute from September 2012 through August 2013 in three core areas: Transitional Science, Transformative Learning, and Campus Leadership.
The Michigan Journal of Sustainability (MJS) is an online publication that serves as a valuable resource for making scholarly research more accessible to practitioners and policymakers. In other words, the MJS puts sustainability science in the hands of those who can use it.
The September 9, 2013 Hydraulic Fracturing Technical Reports webinar that included a project overview and question and answer session with several technical report authors.
Keywords: Fracking, hydraulic fracturing, oil or natural gas extraction, water quality, Graham Sustainability Institute, Michigan
John Wilson, Energy Institute; Johannes Schwank, Chemical Engineering
Brian Ellis, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Allen Burton, School of Natural Resources & Environment; Knute Nadelhoffer, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Nil Basu, School of Public Health
Sara Gosman, Law School