Access under homes for fracking: Consultation

‘My government will introduce a bill to bolster investment in infrastructure and reform planning law to improve economic competitiveness.  The bill will enhance the United Kingdom’s energy independence and security by opening up access to shale and geothermal sites and … Continue reading

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Small Global: Extreme Energy at Glastonbury 2014 with Greenpeace

Small Global: Extreme Energy at Glastonbury 2014 with Greenpeace

By Natalie Sims and Helle Abelvik-Lawson As part of a broader display about the effects of climate change on the Arctic in the Greenpeace field at Glastonbury this year, D-Fuse and the Extreme Energy Initiative will exhibit Small Global: Extreme … Continue reading

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Extreme Energy and Climate – A critical review of the UK Government’s policy on unconventional fossil fuels and climate change

By Paul Mobbs, Mobbs’ Environmental Investigations This report provides a critical analysis of the evidence supporting Government’s recent policy announcements on the issue of ‘extreme energy’ sources (tight oil and gas, shale gas, coalbed methane and underground coal gasification) in … Continue reading

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