100 events in May 2017 about UK fracking and onshore oil and gas. Including tours of the film The Bentley Effect and the satire Fracked! Plus deadlines, information events and meetings. Please let us know here if you’d like us to add your events or if any details are wrong. This page will be […]
60+ events in April 2017 about UK fracking and onshore oil and gas, including a new tour for the play Fracked!, starring James Bolam and Anne Reid, plus opposition to Barclays’ support for shale gas, continuing Break the Chain actions, meetings, screenings, exhibitions and demonstrations.
50+ events in March 2017 about UK fracking and onshore oil and gas, including two statutory challenges against the government approval of fracking at Preston New Road, plus the start of a nationwide fortnight of direct action, as well as court hearings, planning decisions, energy debates, information events, meetings […]
60+ events about UK fracking and onshore oil and gas, including Meet the Regulator drop-ins, debates, presentations, meetings, film screenings, consultation deadlines and protests.
In this week’s events listing: continuing protests outside Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road, plus a Solidarity Saturday event nearby, 10 meetings, two debates and a Meet the Regulator drop-in.
Our first weekly events listing for 2017 features scheduled daily roadside protests outside Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road site in Lancashire plus North Lincolnshire Council’s planning committee meeting to decide plans by Egdon for oil and gas production at Wressle.
This week’s diary features a legal challenge in the High Court in London by Frack Free Ryedale and Friends of the Earth against the approval of planning permission to frack at Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire. Also five community meetings, two meet-the-regulator events, a fundraiser, a consultation deadline […]
Councillors deciding Third Energy’s fracking application in North Yorkshire were given “misleading” information about bats flying over the wellsite, Friends of the Earth said today.
Policing of anti-fracking protests is undermining human rights and campaigns against shale gas, according to a new report.
The Environment Agency has objected to plans for 20 years of oil production at Markwells Wood in the South Downs National Park because of concerns about pollution of the chalk aquifer.