The New York Supreme Court Appellate Division ruled last week that towns can ban the recovery of natural resources within their borders through zoning. But that doesn’t mean that New York towns above the Marcellus Shale, a gas-rich region that New York shares with Pennsylvania, would be wise to leave the natural gas in the ground.
Commentary: The case for fracking in New York
- Post author:Environmental Advocates NY
- Post published:May 10, 2013
- Post category:Uncategorized