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Exploring the German Fracking Moratorium
Fracking is a process used to extract gas from underground. Basically, it is a hydraulic system where water, chemical additives, and sand are injected into rocks to open them and release gas. Then, the natural gas is captured in containers and used for energy. Bans on fracking have been popping up around the world because of concerns that it contaminates ground water and is not good for the climate overall. Let's take a look at the German fracking moratorium.
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