Anti-fracking campaigners posted adverts targeting the shale gas industry in more than 100 bus shelters in a dozen European cities today.
Campaigners from Europe and North America have met a senior member of the United Nations to call for a ban on fracking.
On the eve of tomorrow’s international climate strikes, more than 450 celebrities, activists and campaign organisations have urged the United Nations to endorse a worldwide ban on fracking.
A panel of judges at an internationally-recognised tribunal has urged the United Nations to ban fracking.
A committee of the United Nations has recommended the UK government consider a complete ban on fracking.
The actor and UN human rights champion, Amber Heard, is among a group of campaigners, academics and environmentalists who are urging the United Nations today to ban fracking to protect the health of women in the UK.