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Natalie Bennett Aug 11
- it isn't working even in its own terms. The planet can't take it. Communities don't want it. Boris Johnson - call an end now.
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Dr. Sandra Steingraber Aug 18
SIGNS OF DAMAGE, part 25 wells leak as they age. There is no solution to crumbling cement. See footnotes 53, 54, 475-527 in the fracking science Compendium, 6th ed. Read the science, get the facts.
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Stephen G. Rae 10h
Excellent article in : "Fracking boom tied to methane spike in Earth’s atmosphere"
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Corbyn for PM Aug 17
They're fracking in Lancashire AGAIN and it's causing seismic activity AGAIN. And it's increasing AGAIN — wtf will it take for the Tories to stop this. Labour will ban
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TXsharon 21h
One of three unlit flares within one mile. Taken with an iPhone held up to the LCD screen on a FLIR GF 320 optical gas imaging camera. is 86 X more potent at warming our planet than CO2. We must stop the expansion.
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Doug Jackson Aug 14
"The boom in the US shale gas and oil may have ignited a significant global spike in methane emissions blamed for accelerating the pace of the climate crisis"
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Lady_Claire 🇪🇺 4h
Fascinating watching the industry & their PR shills trying to mitigate the latest disaster of the overestimated shale gas reserves.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Aug 16
This week a study found that has caused a spike in methane - a powerful greenhouse gas - in the atmosphere. Today, our Government considers relaxing earthquake rules to make fracking easier.
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HiggsBoz0 4h
Here's a well. What an obscenity
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Energetics Aug 16
Environmental groups have voiced fears that the government is preparing to row back on regulations after officials said they were considering reviewing earthquake safeguard rules.
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CPRE Aug 19
We're in the midst of a , yet still pursuing . The PM must uphold strong regulations on earthquakes, which the fracking industry wants to weaken, and drop proposals to fast-track . Our letter in with 19 others
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J. Canavati & Co LLC 6h
SENER, ministry of Energy wants to come to the U.S. tondona fracking tour. This is encouraging.....
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Rock FM News 3h
New research suggests a significantly less amount of shale gas is available through than previously thought. Studies undertaken by suggest less than 10 years worth of gas is available in the UK, as oppose to a previous estimate of 50 years...
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Assaad Razzouk Aug 15
over past decade contributed 50% of increased methane emissions from fossil fuels GLOBALLY and 1/3 of total increased emissions from all sources - much higher than government estimates or [fake] industry data
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Dr. Sandra Steingraber Aug 14
For those who like their science in a visual narrative, here’s the movie version of new study on how operations in North America are pushing global methane levels ever higher and pushing us off the climate cliff. An epic tale with a cast of thousands.
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T L Moon Aug 13
Don't discuss the Shale band and gas with me. Don't.
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Prof Peter Strachan Aug 14
Excellent new research by Prof. Howarth confirms that U.S. is responsible for a significant & global spike in atmospheric emissions More reason than ever to embrace clean & cheap solutions
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Russell Scott Aug 19
Replying to @CuadrillaUK
5 more small tremors today bringing the running total of quakes to 22 in 4 days of 2 of today’s tremors triggered an Amber warning ⚠️ assuming were fracking at the time (10:06 & 09:35)
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WildEarth Guardians' Climate and Energy Program Aug 18
This weekend we visited facilities along 's Front Range to see firsthand oil and gas industry's impact to communities. Primary aim was to document facilities operating, polluting without legally required air permits. Most in Weld County. ,
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ColoradoCarol Aug 18
Replying to @ClimateWest @AOC
. Please read this thread before coming to Colorado. Establishment Dems here are NOT protecting our air and water from . They continue to allow it to happen.
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