Can Natural Gas Be a Bridge to the Low-Carbon Future?

Fred Krupp, President
Mark Brownstein, Chief Counsel, Energy Program

Natural gas production is at a crossroads. Abundant, newly accessible reserves make natural gas an affordable, low-carbon alternative to coal. Yet current production practices are under fire for compromising our water, air, and land. Environmental Defense Fund is looking for common-sense solutions that protect public health and the environment.

EDF president Fred Krupp — who recently helped shape natural gas policy recommendations as a member of The Department of Energy’s Natural Gas Subcommittee — and EDF chief counsel Mark Brownstein discuss the future of this controversial resource.

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