Shareholders Put Gas Industry in Hot Seat on Hydrofracking

Groups calling themselves socially-responsible investors have joined the shale play in their own way. They're buying up a minimum of $2,000 of shares in order to voice concerns about potential environmental impacts of hydraulic fracturing. The AF's Jennifer Szweda Jordan talks with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Erich Schwartzel about this movement. He's the editor of the PG's Pipeline website on Marcellus shale, a news parter of The Allegheny Front.