Hilary Lewis has used a FLIR Gasfinder camera to actually photograph the releases of toxic VOCs at oil and gas drilling sites around the US. She and her colleagues have amassed some 150 videos and produced a short film to document the pollution of our air. Most of this nasty stuff is not visible to the naked eye, but with the special camera Hilary uses, one can see it clearly. Her film shows how it’s done, and also presents interviews with people who have suffered the ill effects. I recommend that you view it to put a face on the statistics and data that prove fracking can’t be done safely.
You can visit the website and browse through as much of the raw footage as you like. It’s not pretty, but better we know what fracking brings than wait and see.