To date there have been very few studies that have sought to investigate the crimes, harms and human rights violations associated with the process of ‘extreme energy’, whereby energy extraction methods grow more ‘unconventional’ and intense over time as easier … Continue reading
After three months delay, and amidst the post-Chilcot furore, DECC have decided to publish the Committee on Change’s report on unconventional oil and gas exploitation in Britain. The report and government’s response available here — <https://www.gov.uk/government/news/committee-on-climate-change-report-and-government-response-on-the-compatibility-of-uk-onshore-petroleum-with-meeting-the-uks-carbon-budgets> On a quick reading … Continue reading
Thursday 15th October 4pm-5.30pm Senate House, Malet Street, London – Room 243 Dr Mariann Lloyd-Smith (Australia): Dr Lloyd-Smith is a Senior Advisor at IPEN (International POPs Elimination Network) and for the National Toxics Network (NTN) Inc, a community based network working … Continue reading
Dr Damien Short was interviewed in the midst of the Lancashire planning hearings last week (Friday 26th June).