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The gas industry leaned on its lobbying groups to push it through.But biologist Sandra Steingraber, an Illinois native, spoke for the anti-fracking community, citing the lack of inclusion of scientists or health experts in the process as indictment of the legislation.“The backers of this bill claim that it contains the strongest regulations for fracking in the nation,” she warned on the eve of the vote.
“That is nonsense.”The Illinois debate drew attention to a growing national discussion among green groups and fractivists centered on a simple-if-complex disagreement: While nominally being “against” fracking, some of the biggest environmental groups in the country–including the Environmental Defense Fund, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Sierra Club–simultaneously advocate regulating hydraulic fracturing rather than banning it.Those opposed to fracking, who have been fighting for five-plus years to put natural gas drilling on hold while its real environmental and health impacts are studied, insist that trying to regulate yet another extraction process promises the same failures we’ve seen with other industries, from mountain-top coal removal to deep-sea oil drilling. While the gas industry pays lip service to conducting safe, well-monitored drilling, a growing number of spills and whistleblowers suggest that once they’re in, it’s business as usual, and rules are ignored or broken.While the bill’s sponsors and Democratic Attorney General Lisa Madigan contend the Illinois law sets new national standards for tough enforcement on fracking, its opponents see it as opening the floodgates for abuse of land, water and public health.
Southern Illinois has long been coal country; the state is the fifth largest coal producer in the country.
It also has a long history of coal-related accidents and pollution, despite existing rules and regulations.tionally, the Sierra Club opposes fracking.
Its Illinois director Jack Darin spoke publicly before the vote about the tricky balance of regulating and opposing what everyone agrees is a potentially lethal process. Yet “theoretically” he said there was some “confidence” that in a perfect case, fracking could be done safely.Filmmaker Josh Fox purposely premiered his new film, Gasland Part II, in Normal, Illinois, just days before the legislative vote in order to draw attention to the fight. Given the opportunity to appear before a legislative committee in Springfield, Fox asked how many of the committee members had ever seen a fracking operation up-close. All looked down at their shoes; none had, they admitted.
Fox offered to take them on a tour of his backyard in Pennsylvania to visit with folks whose lives had been impacted by fracking gone wrong.The White County well, drilled by Campbell Energy, was reported to have used 650,151 gallons of “fluids” in its mile-deep well.
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Even in churning out raves, mainstream media made near-constant references to the group's supposedly passionate "haters," while never failing to mention the group's freshly scrubbed sartorial esthetic or upbringing — in reviews of the band's self-titled debut, Rolling Stone, NME and Pitchfork all dutifully scribbled references to boat shoes, starched shirts and Columbia University.As the band releases its third nike free run shoes album, the sparkling "Modern Vampires of the City," those conversations have finally faded into the background. And certainly, no one is more relieved than the band's soft-spoken, serious-minded multi-instrumentalist Rostam Batmanglij."I think people have maybe a better understanding of who we are and I think that we've always tried to let our music sort of speak for itself and we've always wanted the conversations to be about our music as opposed to other things," he said in a recent interview in Toronto. "So I think that naturally that's happened. There's been an evolution over time.