About 50 people from the West Sussex village of Balcombe joined a protest this morning against imminent tests at a nearby oil site.
Two City veterans have resigned as directors of the gas company, Third Energy, a year after their appointments.
The Lib Dems have backed an international treaty to reduce the production, consumption and trade in the building blocks of plastic.
The shale gas company, IGas, has been criticised for treating communities with “disrespect and contempt” after serving a High Court injunction on two residents’ groups.
A small oil well on the world heritage coast in Dorset is legally allowed to emit hundreds of tonnes of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, annually direct into the atmosphere.
Climate activists hung a nine-metre banner from the atrium of the Environment Agency in Bristol in a protest against fracking.
Updated 17 September 2018 with more information on the injunction. Balcombe Parish Council reports this morning that Angus Energy has been granted a High Court injunction against protests at the oil site in the village.