Nicholas Muller on Cumulative Environmental and Employment Impacts of Shale

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A presentation hosted by Protect PT with Nicholas Muller from Carnegie Mellon University about the cumulative environmental and employment impacts of the shale gas boom.

About our speaker: Nicholas Muller works for the Department of Engineering and Public Policy and the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. Nicholas has received the United States Environmental Protection Agency Scientific and Technological Achievement Award, Level II (2013) and served on the University Education Council, Committee Member (2017 – 2018)

You can read one of his articles here:

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Cumulative environmental and employment impacts of the shale gas boom – Nature Sustainability
During the 2004–16 shale-gas development in the Appalachian basin, United States, premature mortality from lower air quality and employment followed a boom-and-bust cycle, whereas climate impacts will persist for generations beyond the activity.
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