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To Frack or Not to Frack?

Students Talk Back: A Weekly Politics and Public Policy Forum

Lawmakers from New York to California are wrestling with the potential costs and benefits of hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.” Seeking a balance between the process’s economic benefits and monitoring environmental safeguards, policymakers and leaders in the non-profit realm and private sector are all grappling with the issue of fracking. Join us for a panel of experts and student leaders for a balanced and in-depth conversation about this contentious policy issue.

“Students Talk Back: A Weekly Politics and Public Policy Forum” is a series presented in partnership with the USC Dornsife College’s Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics and the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy’s Schwarzenegger Institute. 

Free food served at 11:30 AM, Discussion begins at noon

Food and space are limited.  First come first served. 

Lawmakers from New York to California are wrestling with the potential costs and benefits of hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.” Seeking a balance between the process’s economic benefits and monitoring environmental safeguards, policymakers and leaders in the non-profit realm and private sector are all grappling with the issue of fracking. Join us for a panel of experts and student leaders for a balanced and in-depth conversation about this contentious policy issue.