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Keith Taylor, Green MEP, comments as court adjourns decision on “wide-ranging” injunction against protests at UKOG oil drilling sites – DRILL OR DROP?

Five women campaigning against the oil industry in southern England have secured a delay to a wide-ranging injunction that sought to outlaw protests against an exploration company. 283 more words


Help Ban Fracking in Western Australia

It’s been such a beautiful week.  We are so lucky to live in an area incredibly rich in outdoor activities.  We spent time at the beach, swimming at the pool, enjoying a picnic with a friend and ran amok in the yard as the sun began to set each night. 217 more words

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Shale gas enthusiast Nick Grealy has died - obituary

By Anders Lorenzen

Nick Grealy, a passionate advocate for shale gas in the UK, died last month. Nick was just 64. Cancer took his life and he leaves behind a wife and two children. 468 more words


UK sets new wind power record as turbines deliver 14 gigawatts for first time – 37 per cent of nation's electricity | The Independent

Wind power in the UK set a new record today by generating 14 gigawatts for the first time – nearly 37 per cent of the the country’s electricity. 116 more words


Celebrating Green Victories!

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and the “wearing of the green”, let’s take a look at some recent positive news about the environment:

Repurposing Plastics… 417 more words


New parliamentary group on shale gas led by Tory MP who opposed INEOS exploration plans

The Conservative MP, Lee Rowley, who objected to INEOS plans in his constituency, is the chair of a new group at Westminster investigating the impact of shale gas. 463 more words


Oil company ordered to restore South Downs drilling site – DRILL OR DROP?

UK Oil and Gas, the company behind oil drilling projects across southern England, has been ordered to restore a site in the South Downs National Park where no exploration work has been done since 2… 269 more words

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