2018-04-09 Webinar: AirWaterGas

April 9, 2018

AirWaterGas is a network of researchers funded by the National Science Foundation to investigate the effects of oil and gas development on the Rocky Mountain region. This project has brought together more than two dozen researchers from seven universities and three federal research centers. Over the past five years, AirWaterGas research teams have assessed the effects of oil and gas development by focusing on their specific research fields, including air quality and climate change, water quality and quantity, oil and gas infrastructure, public health, economic and social impacts, and regulations. This webinar outlines the work of the network, provides resources for more in-depth information on research results, and discusses how the network and its research can continue to serve as a resource to local governments and community members.