Is the Natural Gas Industry knowingly poisoning your Water? Is the Sky Blue? {Video}

Via on Jun 22, 2012

Nope. It appears as though the sky is pink.

Leading up to potential natural gas drilling in New York, the Oscar-nominated director of GASLAND, Josh Fox, explores this highly debated issue of hydraulic fracturing in his new short film The Sky is Pink.

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