Keon Zemoudeh

KCRW Staff

Keon Zemoudeh on KCRW

You asked about fracking in Santa Barbara and we answered!

Insights into fracking in Santa Barbara County

You asked about fracking in Santa Barbara and we answered!

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You asked, “Wouldn’t it be better to have oil spill soak into the soil rather than drain into the sea?” We got the answers.

Is it easier to clean up soil spills than ocean spills?

You asked, “Wouldn’t it be better to have oil spill soak into the soil rather than drain into the sea?” We got the answers.

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Have you ever wondered what oil pipelines run through Santa Barbara County?

MAP: Where oil runs in Santa Barbara

Have you ever wondered what oil pipelines run through Santa Barbara County?

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