During the fracking process, millions of gallons of water, chemicals, and sand are injected underground at high-pressure to increase oil and gas production. Unfortunately, many of the chemicals used in fracking are toxic or carcinogenic.
NRDC experts ground their work in research and science to advocate for laws and policies that create lasting environmental change.
Recently, NRDC, Center for Biological Diversity, Great Old Broads for the Wilderness, and the Montana chapter of the Sierra Club filed an administrative protest challenging BLM’s plan to auctio
The practice of self-bonding for coal mines is under review as looming coal bankruptcies threaten to leave taxpayers covering billions of dollars in clean-up costs.