Eastern Utah’s Uinta Basin has experienced an oil and gas boom in recent years, due to fracking technology. But it has come with huge external costs, including some of the worst air pollution in the nation. With it has also come a tragic spike in infant deaths, six times the national average in 2013. Rolling Stone Magazine’s senior reporter, Paul Solotaroff, writes about it as only Paul can do in the latest edition, which features UPHE predominantly. Don’t miss it.
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