Carbon capture must be safe and effective in reducing CO2 emissions, members of the public have told the government.
The government’s climate adviser has said planning policies must deliver carbon-reduction goals – but it declined to back a landmark legal challenge to how UK onshore oil production is decided.
A former would-be fracking company has appointed a leading opponent as a director to help it go green.
Support for fracking fell to its lowest level in the latest phase of a government survey of public attitudes, published today.
Local councillors in East Yorkshire are still waiting for a government ruling on whether expansion plans at Rathlin Energy’s West Newton-A well site need detailed environment research.
A parliamentary petition against legislation that has sparked protests across the UK is to be debated by MPs later this month.
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.
Nearly 30 representatives from six councils in East Yorkshire have called for a government ruling on whether expansion plans at a local oil site need detailed environmental research.
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.
2020 was a frack free year in the UK because the shale gas industry failed to persuade ministers to lift blocks on the process.