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Do Natural Gas Vehicles Hurt or Harm the Environment? Cornell Expert Available

Released: 14-Feb-2014 9:30 AM EST
Source Newsroom: Cornell University
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Anthony Ingraffea, professor in Cornell’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has studied fracking since 1982 and co-authored a study warning that extracting natural gas could do more to aggravate global warming than mining coal. He is available to comment on the new MIT/Stanford study, published today in Science, that concludes switching buses and trucks from diesel to natural gas offers no greenhouse gas benefits.

Bio: http://www.cee.cornell.edu/people/profile.cfm?netid=ari1

A full copy of the new study is available here, http://www.sciencemag.org/content/343/6172/733.full

For interviews contact:
Melissa Osgood
Office: 607-255-2059
Cell: 716-860-0587
mmo59@cornell.edu

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