A panel of judges at an internationally-recognised tribunal has concluded that governments and industry have failed in their obligations to protect the public from the impacts of fracking.
An internationally-recognised tribunal will begin examining evidence today on whether fracking breaches human rights.
In this week’s listings: Preliminary hearing in the judicial review brought by INEOS and Reach Coal Seam Gas against the Scottish Government – now including Friends of the Earth Second week of public inquiry into INEOS shale gas plans at Harthill Oral evidence to parliamentary inquiry on planning […]
The inquiry into plans by INEOS to drill for shale gas at Harthill in south Yorkshire reaches its second day.
The human rights campaigner Bianca Jagger, actor Sue Jameson and entrepreneur Joe Corre are supporting residents challenging an injunction sought by UK Oil and Gas this morning.
A committee of MPs is to examine whether planning applications for fracking in England should be decided by a government minister, rather than local councils.
The company behind oil drilling plans near Leith Hill in Surrey has sought an extension to its injunction against protesters.