The gas is not only deep in the ocean or in the sub-arctic soil. In the U.S., the industrial energy covet much less distant sites: public parks, playgrounds, gardens and grounds parish. An appetite which also extends to … cemeteries. The inhabitants of a small town in Ohio have recently been offered several thousand dollars in exchange for rights to operate the cemetery. The promise of the gas company? Drilling will be so deep that they should not touch the graves. Beyond the moral issue of the situation, the extraction of shale gas is considered a particularly violent process for the environment.
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