Temporal and spatial trends of conventional and unconventional oil and gas waste management in Pennsylvania, 1991 - 2017
More than 80 percent of all waste from Pennsylvania’s oil and gas drilling operations stays inside the state. Our study tracks the disposal locations of liquid and solid waste from these operations across 26 years.
New Website Maps CA Power Plants, Emissions, People
On our new interactive website allows users to explore and analyze data on power plants by viewing information such as location, operations, and emissions — alone or in relation to other data, including local demographics and environmental justice indicators.
The Need to Protect Fresh and Brackish Groundwater Resources During Unconventional Oil and Gas Development
Our analysis of groundwater protections in 17 oil- and natural-gas-producing states found that definitions are ambiguous and often not protective to federal standards.
The Greenhouse Gas Impacts of Proposed Natural-Gas Pipeline Build-Out in New York
We estimate that the potential buildout of the ten proposed natural gas pipelines and associated compressor stations in New York State would increase statewide greenhouse gas emissions, driving the state's 2030 greenhouse gas goals virtually out of reach.