A campaign website which said fracking was incompatible with tackling climate change did not break the advertising code, the watchdog has said.
A crowd estimated at more than 1,000 shouted “Cuadrilla go home” at a climate rally outside the company’s fracking site near Blackpool today.
The three anti-fracking campaigners released from jail by the Court of Appeal yesterday said they would continue to take direct action against fossil fuels until they saw change.
The energy minister, Claire Perry, has described shale gas as “entirely consistent” with UK measures to a low-carbon future.
Opponents of fracking sat in silence at Preston Crown Court this morning as his honour Judge Robert Altham sent three men to jail for taking part in a lorry protest lasting nearly 100 hours outside Cuadrilla’s shale gas site. Simon Blevins and Richard Roberts were sentenced for 16 […]
In this week’s listings First full meeting of community liaison group for Angus Energy site at Balcombe; “Tour de Frackshire” bike ride around shale gas sites in East Midlands and South Yorkshire; Lobbying workshop on climate change; Deadline for comments for interested parties in Ellesmere Port planning inquiry […]
Climate activists hung a nine-metre banner from the atrium of the Environment Agency in Bristol in a protest against fracking.