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dick jacksonProf Named to Fracking Panel

The Associated Press and New York’s WNYC-FM reported Thursday that Department of Environmental Health Sciences Chair and IoES Professor Dr. Richard Jackson is one of three individuals appointed to review New York state's environmental report on shale gas development using hydraulic fracturing.

Press Connects also reported that Department of Environmental Health Sciences Chair and IoES Professor Dr. Richard Jackson is one of three individuals appointed to review New York State’s environmental report on shale gas development using hydraulic fracturing.

An article in Monday's Rochester Democrat and Chronicle about an expert panel appointed to review New York state's environmental report on hydraulic fracturing cited Department of Environmental Health Sciences Chair and IoES Professor Dr. Richard Jackson, who is one of three individuals on the panel.

Articles published Tuesday by the Associated Press and Monday by the Legislative Gazette about an expert panel appointed to review New York state's environmental report on hydraulic fracturing cited Dr. Richard Jackson, one of three individuals on the panel.

Articles published Thursday in the Politics on the Hudson blog and New York's Binghamton Press and Sun-Bulletin about an expert panel appointed to review New York state's environmental report on hydraulic fracturing cited Dr. Richard Jackson, who is one of three individuals on the panel.

An Associated Press article published Saturday about an expert panel appointed to review New York state's environmental report on hydraulic fracturing cited Dr. Richard Jackson, who is one of three individuals on the panel. Jackson was quoted.

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sean b. hecht

Sean Hecht, executive director of UCLA’s Environmental Law Center and IoES affiliate, is quoted in an Inside EPA Weekly Report article about a lawsuit filed by the California Chamber of Commerce challenging a key part of the state’s greenhouse gas cap-and-trade program.

 

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