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There was a graph. Then there were some balloons. And then they started dancing. You find some pretty weird things at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. But...

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Pro-Brexit Oil Company Boss and Major Tory Donor Named as Director of Climate Science...

Climate science denial campaign group, the Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF), has a new director – a well-connected, pro-Brexit, millionaire Tory funder with a...

UN Report Criticises UK’s Crackdown on Access to Environmental Justice

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UK Support for Fracking at Record Low – Government Survey

The UK government has just released its latest round of data on public attitudes to energy and climate issues. Ruth Hayhurst from Drill or...

Are Costs Being Put Before Environment in Scottish Ship Oil Transfer Plans?

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Revisiting the Resistance on England’s Fracking Frontline

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Citizens Paying for Fossil Fuel Subsidies With Taxes and Their Health – Report

Campaigners have regularly pointed out the contrariness of governments giving the fossil fuel industry subsidies while also making efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions....

Shale Gas Company Backed by Cuadrilla Founder Wants to Frack West London

A new shale gas company backed by a former Cuadrilla founder has announced plans to explore for natural gas in a West London borough...

Fracking Month of Action Unites Local and National Campaigners in Lancashire

Since January, on the side of a stretch of road in Preston, a group of local residents have put their lives on hold to...

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