Posts Tagged ‘public dialogue’

Survey Says? Forum Attendees Shed Light on the Public’s Discussion on Hydraulic Fracturing

, democracy analyst, Center for Science & Democracy

Following the Center for Science and Democracy’s second successful Branscomb forum this past July, Science, Democracy, and Community Decisions on Fracking, we released a toolkit to help communities become more actively engaged on this important issue: Science, Democracy, and Fracking: A Guide for Community Residents and Policy Makers Facing Decisions over Hydraulic Fracturing. Read more >

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