Weekly Profit

One of our wonderful campaigners ‘The Weekly Profit’ regularly writes to our MPs to make sure they have the latest information about the dangers of fracking.

These letters hold some great information so we also publish them here.

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Britain's geology unsuitable to controversial and 'overhyped' shale gas extraction technique, says Professor John Underhill of Heriot-Watt University Laura Paterson,
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This edition of the Weekly Profit takes a look at some of the scandalous ways the government is trying to
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More sneaky tactics being used to force fracking on us against the overwhelming public opposition. Caroline Lucas from the Green
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More reports about the health dangers of fracking... Radioactive water reignites concerns over fracking for gas The Sydney Morning Herald;
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Fracking for oil and gas poses an impending health crisis
A report, by Concerned Health Professionals of New York and Physicians for Social Responsibility, pulls together studies, data and news
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Shale gas is a feed stock for plastic
SCOTLAND is a world leader with its comprehensive approach to assessing the hazards and public health implications of fracking, according
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Pollution knows no boundaries, this will affect millions of people.
Rural America Got Fracked - The UK has people Mr Clark. We do not have the vast expanses of land
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We are not going away Mr Clark; we are ready, are you?
Once again we see the Government misleading the public, who I thought they were elected to serve, by refusing the
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Government ‘running out of time’ to deliver green Brexit
I have looked at tourism and the loss of jobs in the tourism industry that Fracking would bring, the costs
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Bottled Water, Brought to You by Fracking?
There is a growing international awareness that plastic is a serious problem. In 2016, about 4 billion pounds of plastic
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