[when asked if a climate change pact can be meaningful without addressing fracking] The premise of that assertion is that climate change is primarily about fracking. And that’s the most absurd idea I’ve ever heard. (Source)

Jerry Brown, Governor of California

FRACT. Brown goes onto acknowledge that there are countless things that impact the climate, and he’s right: fracking is really not the issue. In fact, increased natural gas use, thanks to rising production from fracking, has helped lower CO2 emissions to 25-year lows. 

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