Support for fracking fell to its lowest level in the latest phase of a government survey of public attitudes, published today.
The UK Government “lacks a plan” on how to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions, despite setting the target in law almost two years ago, a committee of MPs argued today.
Support for fracking has declined over the past decade and opposition has become more deeply entrenched, a new study of public attitudes in the UK has concluded.
More than a third of people oppose fracking for shale gas while just under a quarter support it, according to the latest data from a government survey released this morning.
On the first anniversary of the moratorium on fracking, shale gas industry proposals to deal with earthquakes have been dismissed as “insufficient”.
Support for fracking has risen and opposition fallen, according to results from a government survey published today.
The fracking company, Cuadrilla, helped the former shale gas commissioner, Natascha Engel, prepare for a radio interview, according to emails she deleted.
Opposition to fracking has reached a record high of 45%, according to a quarterly government survey of public attitudes.
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Just one in ten people support fracking in the UK, according to the latest results in a quarterly government survey.