Gone Dry: Drought and Fracking in Texas

Who knew fracking would suck Texas aquifers dry? As the town well in a Texas town dries out in a time of drought, the townspeople – no enemies to the oil companies that power the Texas economy – are bitter about the corporate greed that’s sucked the water from local aquifers, and they are hurting.

This is the story of this Climate Desk video, with Guardian reporter Suzanne Goldenberg.

Posted from Hebden Bridge, England, United Kingdom.