The Global Health Justice and Governance Program (GHJG) and Chelsea Clinton, Adjunct Assistant Professor within the Department of Health Policy and Management and GHJG Cooperating Faculty, hosted a virtual forum “Fracking, Environmental Health & Gender Justice” for scientists, advocates, and policy experts to share findings and strategies to address the public health implications of fracking.

The convening provided cross-disciplinary engagement on fracking and was structured around the following four areas of inquiry, featured as panel discussions: State of the Evidence; Impact/Leadership of Indigenous Communities and Gender Justice; Regulatory Context and Governance Surrounding Fracking; and Evidence to Action.

PSE Executive Director Dr. Seth Shonkoff’s presentation on “The Public Health Dimensions of Oil and Gas Wastewater Reuse in California: The Science-Policy Context” can be seen in the recording of the webinar below.