Dr. Michael Bradfield is an economist who served on the Nova Scotia Independent Review of Hydraulic Fracturing. Yet his name does not appear on any of the chapters in the Hydraulic Fracturing Review Final report.
The umbrella category for all material directly related to the Wheeler Commission, also known as the Nova Scotia Hydraulic Fracturing Review Panel.
K’JIPUKTUK (Halifax) — The panel reviewing hydraulic fracturing in Nova Scotia has completed its community information sessions across the province. Dr. Wheeler has been clear that much is still unknown about the risks and benefits
Upcoming information sessions are being held around Nova Scotia. Attend and voice your concerns!!! The review panel is hosting public meetings to present their draft recommendations for government. Plan to attend and share your concerns
The Nova Scotia Fracking Resource and Action Coalition (NOFRAC) believes that the Hydraulic Fracturing Review Well Bore Integrity discussion paper (“discussion paper”) provides a thorough outline of problems and impacts from gas seepage behind the
Response to Hydraulic Fracturing Review paper 2: Petrolelum Operations: Costs and Opportunities Paper does not provide economic analysis of risks and benefits, does not meet standards for an evidence-based review The second Nova Scotia Hydraulic
Ken Summers lives in Minasville, within sight of the two drilling sites in Kennetcook NS. He has written numerous articles on fracking activities and fracking remnants. Read his full submission here: Ken Summers, Submission Excerpt:
Geoffrey May is an active environmentalist and resident of Margaree Harbour, Cape Breton. Read his full submission here: Geoffrey May, Submission Summary: “It simply isn’t possible for me to present all the known reasons that
Michael Jensen is a farmer and resident of Scotsburn NS. In his submission, he paints a picture of the future in the North Shore of Nova Scotia that is vivid and more than a little
Ann Whalen is a resident of Hants County and works in the agriculture industry. Full Submission: To Whom It May Concern, On Apr 24/14 I attended a meeting at the Brooklyn Civic Centre in Brooklyn,
Brian Gaulke is a Health Physicist, radiation specialist, and researcher. Read his full submission here: Brian Gaulke Radioactivity and Shale Gas Summary: “As a health physicist, my work has been heavily influenced by the precautionary