“My guts are full of tumors.”
For many living along Carter Road, this coming summer will mark their ninth year living without access to a regular supply of clean drinking water – and still the legal battle stretches on.
Plants aren't the only things at risk.
The disposal of wastewater produced from fracking has led to the alarming increase of earthquakes.
With Trump's apparent plans to gut the EPA and expand both U.S. fossil fuel extraction and exports, prospects for addressing potential fracking risks and water quality don't look good.
The volume of citizen complaints is alarming.
Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein requested recounts in three states where Donald Trump narrowly beat Hillary Clinton: Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
"In light of more than 900 scientific studies that overwhelmingly demonstrate risks and adverse impacts of drilling and fracking, Governor Wolf must implement a moratorium to stop the public health crisis that is occurring in Pennsylvania."
The number of significant pipeline incidents grew 26.8 percent from 2006 to 2015.
Sunoco spills crude more often than any of its competitors and has had more than 200 leaks since 2010.