This Comment explores the recent emergence of natural gas production, the hydraulic fracturing process and briefly touches on the current regulatory system that oversees its operation. I then explain why the current regulatory system is insufficient to protect individuals and the environment from hydraulic fracturing. And lastly, I argue that a form of cooperative federalism is the best approach to regulate hydraulic fracturing.
Dennis, Joshua P.
"The Emergence of Natural Gas and the Need for Cooperative Federalism to Address a Big "Fracking" Problem.,"
San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law: Vol. 4
, Article 10.
Available at: http://digital.sandiego.edu/jcel/vol4/iss1/10