Michigan’s Department of Environmental Quality proposed a list of new rules for hydraulic fracturing in the state — commonly known as fracking.
Fracking is a process where developers pump high-pressure streams of water and chemicals into a well to clear a path to hard-to-reach deposits of natural gas.
So just what are these proposed new rules? And what could they mean to the future of fracking in Michigan?
James Clift is the policy director of the Michigan Environmental Council. He joins us to discuss the new regulations.
Listen to the full interview above.