Fracking up the climate debate

Hydraulic fracturing has solved one problem (peak fuel) but sharpened another (climate change). Policymakers can no longer rely on increasing scarcity to restrain demand and CO2 emissions.

(Reuters) - Hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling have laid to rest concerns about peaking oil and gas supplies for a generation, but they have also made the search for comprehensive policies to restrain greenhouse gas emissions more urgent.

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