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Community Health and Shale Development Guidebook

Type:   Guides and tools
Topic:   Social development
Date submitted:   25/11/2015
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo


Community Health and Shale Development Guidebook, 2015 by RESOLVE’s Solutions Network.

With the recent boom in shale energy development in the United States, local public health officials and other stakeholders are often seeking information and guidance on the health issues that could accompany development in their communities. In response to that need, RESOLVE’s Solutions Network consulted with a multi-stakeholder working group to create this guidebook on the community health issues that can arise as a result of shale energy development. Our goal is for health officials, community members, and industry representatives to use this guidebook to
1) gain a basic factual understanding of the potential health issues,
2) easily access in-depth resources from a variety of perspectives, and
3) learn about some options for responding to challenges. We hope that the guidebook will become a valued resource that provides a basis for stakeholders to engage in productive conversations around how to address the impacts and manage the benefits of development. 

It can be downloaded at: http://www.solutions-network.org/site-communityhealthguidebook

 

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