“We need more data”! The politics of scientific information for water governance in the context of hydraulic fracturing

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Michele-Lee Moore; Karena Shaw; Heather Castleden;
  • Publisher: Water Alternatives Association
  • Journal: Water Alternatives (issn: 1965-0175, eissn: 1965-0175)
  • Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving
  • Subject: Hydraulic fracturing | neoliberalism | Indigenous peoples | water governance | accountability | data | science policy | Two-Eyed Seeing | Canada | Hydraulic engineering | TC1-978

Proposed and actual developments of hydraulic fracturing, as a high-volume water user, have proven contentious in recent years. However, one point of agreement has emerged amongst all actors with regards to water use and hydraulic fracturing: we need more data. Th... View more
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