The latest findings from the government survey of attitudes to fracking in the UK puts support at its lowest level since the question was first asked.
50+ events in August 2017 about fracking and onshore oil and gas in the UK, including: Court of Appeal hearing on planning permission for Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road site, plus rallies, council decisions, consultation deadlines, survey results, exhibitions, walks, talks, meetings and film screenings.
In this week’s listings: Surrey County Council planning committee to discuss transport plans for Leith Hill site; Deadlines for consultations in Surrey and Lancashire; Latest results from government survey of public attitudes to fracking; Walk and fundraiser for campaigns against INEOS shale gas plans; Continuing gatherings at Cuadrilla’s […]
The latest findings from the government’s quarterly survey of attitudes to fracking shows levels of support continue to lag behind opposition but the gap appears to be closing.
In this week’s listing: the latest government data on public attitudes to fracking, plus meetings, information events, presentations, petitions, deadlines and performances. Please let us know (click here) if any of these details are incorrect or if other events should be included.
In this week’s events listing: Latest government data on attitudes to fracking Nottingham Secular Society debate on fracking Seminars on the world energy outlook and carbon capture and storage Plus activists’ summits, planning meetings and film screening
Opposition to fracking for shale gas has risen to a record high and support is at the lowest level so far, according to a government survey of public attitudes.
Almost three quarters of Britain’s company directors support decarbonisation of energy to mitigate climate change, and even more are in favour of greater use of solar, offshore wind and wave and tidal energy, according to new research.
Support for fracking has risen slightly, according to the latest survey in ongoing government research. But the proportion who “strongly support” fracking has dropped to its lowest level.
Campaigners against climate change from across northern England formed a symbolic thin red line outside a meeting in Manchester about UK onshore oil and gas Martin Porter, of Manchester Greenpeace, told a demonstration of around 50 people outside the city’s conference centre “Fracking is our red line” It was not […]