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Frack Free Cotswolds Downloadable Posters

Frack Free Cotswolds Downloadable Posters

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TIME TO ACT ON CLIMATE CHANGE

There will be a public meeting on Wed. 29th Oct. 2014 at the University of Gloucestershire. Room TC001 at the Francis Close Hall Campus, Cheltenham, GL50 4AZ. Entitled ‘Time To Act – on climate change’ and an ‘Update on Fracking’. The speakers will be Suzanne Jeffery from Campaign against Climate

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Frack Free Ready for The Green Festival

The Green Festival will be taking place on Saturday 20th September, between 12 and 5 PM and we will be launching our inaugural publication outlining local and national impacts of Fracking.

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Fears over fracking ‘green light’ in Gloucestershire

The new minerals plan is just one stage fracking companies have to go thorough. The Government has always planned for this to be easy. What is more alarming is that rather than protecting areas of outstanding natural beauty, the Government has removed yet another safeguard by making one minister responsible for the

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Cirencester Phoenix Festival 2014

Cirencester Phoenix Festival 2014

Members of Frack Free Cotswolds will be wandering throughout the crowd over the festival, giving out information and stickers. Phoenix Festival

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Anti-Fracking Win in N.Y. Court May Deal Blow to Industry

By Chris Dolmetsch, Freeman Klopott and Jim Efstathiou Jr. June 30 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Betty Liu reports that New York State’s highest court ruled that towns and cities can block hydraulic fracturing within their borders, upholding a six-year-old statewide moratorium on the practice. She speaks on “In The Loop.” New

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‘Fracking’ at the Ecumenical Justice and Environment Forum for Gloucestershire Churches

Dr Jonathan Whittaker, Chair of Frack Free Cotswolds will be speaking on ‘Fracking’ at the Ecumenical Justice and Environment Forum for Gloucestershire Churches, at 4, College Green, Gloucester. 12.30 pm, Thurs. 19th June, 2014.

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What Are We Fracking For?

Review – Cheltenham Science Festival, Tuesday 3rd June 2014.

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Energy Sovereignty

One of the present reasons given to support fracking is our dependence on Russian gas and the current political unrest there.. At present only 3% of the UK’s gas supplies comes from Russia, the majority of our gas comes directly from Norway and via tankers from Qatar. If we fully

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Fracking Gas Price Con

Fuel prices will not come down because we buy our gas as part of the EU trading block. Even if we frack the whole country the amount of gas produced compared with EU consumption would be insignificant.

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Sign Our Stop Fracking Petition

Call upon our local politicians to oppose the damaging process of Fracking and all it's derivatives coming to the Cotswolds

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Stop Fracking Coming to the Cotswolds

We the undersigned call upon our local politicians to oppose the damaging process of Fracking and all it's derivatives coming to the Cotswolds and to support more environmentally responsible alternatives.

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