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This is the film the UK & Australian Governments do NOT want you to see! Documenting the accounts of families living with the Unconventional hydrocarbon (Fracking) industry as a neighbour, this hour long documentary is shocking, as it reveals the day to day pollution these people live with – pollution of water, air, light and sound, some of the the basic human requirements needed to survive. The blind eye that the authorities and the Unconventional hydrocarbon (fracking) industry turn to these families living conditions, and the complete disregard to the environmental damage done to the bush by this, is truly disgraceful.Read more
Monday 20th May, 2019 7:30pm at Bolsover Assembly Rooms is the next meeting fully supported by Barlborough Against Fracking.Read more
As 2017 draws to a close Ian Crane looks toward 2018 and the challenges ahead.
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Documentary lifting the lid on fracking spin, investigating environmental and health issues associated with fracking in Australia, the US, and Lancashire and UK Methane’s plans to drill near drinking water sources in Somerset.
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This oft-quoted figure comes from a report commissioned by fracking industry trade body UKOOG in 2014. However, they don’t tell you is how this headline figure is arrived at. Of the report’s estimate of 64,000 jobs, only about 6,100 would be direct jobs in the gas industry. Click the image above to find out more…Read more
If you are unsure about how you feel about the fracking industry this video from 38 degrees has some interesting information that may help you decide. Click the image above for more…Read more
A conventional gas well can produce gas for about 20 years or more, whereas most fracked wells will only produce commercial quantities of gas for 1-3 years. Click on the image to find out more…Read more
Water supplies had to be shut off in Blackpool after Cuadrilla hit water mains for over 360,000 residents.Read more