Scientists Call for Cuomo to Help New Yorkers Use More Renewable Energy

New York is approaching two years since the state-wide ban on fracking, but opponents say the state is using more fracked gas than ever. A group of scientists are calling on Governor Cuomo to help New Yorkers make the switch from shale to renewable energy sources. They say after this year's presidential election, state-level action is more important than ever. Keith Schue, the technical advisor for Otsego 2000, and Doctor Robert Howarth and Doctor Anthony Ingraffea, both from Cornell, weigh in on the issue. 

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