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Third-party gubernatorial candidates push for ban on hydraulic fracturing | theithacajournal.com | The Ithaca Journal

While no major party gubernatorial candidates in either state have carried the banner for a hydraulic fracturing moratorium, both New York and Pennsylvania have fringe candidates who have made the fight against the natural gas drilling technique one of their top priorities.

New York Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins, a Syracuse resident and former Marine, is advocating for a permanent ban on hydrofracking.

“Some of the environmental groups and the industry itself say natural gas is the bridge to the future,” Hawkins said. “I think that bridge is out and I think that road goes right over a cliff.”

Hawkins, who previously has run for U.S. Senate and mayor of Syracuse, said the state should be investing resources in renewable energy, and that he has a “science-based, 10-year timeline” to convert the state to carbon-free energy.

via Third-party gubernatorial candidates push for ban on hydraulic fracturing | theithacajournal.com | The Ithaca Journal.

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