Tom Wilber in the News

Tom Wilber, author of Under the Surface: Fracking, Fortunes, and the Fate of the Marcellus Shale, was featured on the June 22 Motley Fool Money Radio Show (his segment begins eighteen minutes in).

Wilber is also featured in the Buffalo News: How Wide Will Fracking Door Open?

Under the Surface was recommended in Andrew Revkin’s Dot Earth blog at the New York Times: Cuomo’s Wise Move on New York’s Gas Resource

Wilber was also interviewed on WYNC’s Brian Lehrer Show on June 8: The Fracking Beat

Under the Surface is reviewed in Earth Island Journal: New Book Examines the Future of Fracking

Under the Surface was also recently reviewed by Library Journal: “Wilber describes the human and geologic drama along the New York/Pennsylvania border and its effects on people, land, water, air, politics, and economies. The narrative revolves around the area’s geologic history, mineral and property rights, corporate actions, government regulations (or lack thereof), human and environmental health issues, social networks, and economic realities. The cast of advance men, scientists, cheerleaders, locals, corporate CEOs, accidental activists, politicians, and bureaucrats step off the page to meet readers. The interplay of their words and actions tells the often sad but sometimes positive story of people and politics in a world that demands ever-increasing amounts of energy. Recommended to all readers curious about the backstory of an important, ongoing public drama.”–Library Journal

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