September 2017, Vol. 244, No. 9


Environmental Dissonance: Troubling Times for Oil & Gas Operators

In mid-2017, in a remote, sparsely populated part of the Four Corners area of New Mexico, members of the Navajo Nation Council came to the Counselor Chapter House to listen to some of their constituents, and for five hours they got an earful. Local folks living among increased hydraulic fracturing jobs in the nearby San Juan Basin oilfield had plenty to say about the uneasy existence between stepped-up energy/economic development and the environment embodied by Mother Earth. It is earth sciences that are at the heart of the ongoing climate change, environmental and energy issues that confront much of the world these days, ironically in a period in which the United States finds itself as the

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