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YouGov poll reveals UK youth are not for shale

A new poll reveals that young people in the UK have shunned shale gas and voted fracking as the energy source they are least in favour of, with 71% agreeing that it will create environmental problems in the UK if it were to go ahead, including endangering wildlife and natural habitats. The...
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My Fracking Questions has launched

Talk Fracking has just launched 'My Fracking Questions', a website that allows people to send their top concerns about fracking to Energy Minister, Matt Hancock MP. We are hoping that if enough of us demand real answers from the Government - answers based on fact, not spin - we will reveal the...
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FrackMan – The little game with a big impact

Play FrackMan!.. ..our nifty little online game where you get to try out fracking first hand. FrackMan is hungry for fossil fuel. Steer FrackMan through the earth, drilling through shale rocks that he can frack for gas. In the fracking world gas means cash, but fracking is a risky business and...
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Watch our Talk Fracking London event online

If you didn't make it to one of our five national Talk Fracking free public events, you can still watch the full length London discussion right here. The discussion was chaired by Channel 4's Jon Snow and featured the following panellists: Tina Louise – Residents Against Fylde...
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Open Letter from Joseph Corre – TF

 14 July 2014 Dear Sir/Madam, Today would have seen the We Need to Talk About Fracking debate take place at Central Hall, Westminster. Regrettably, this event has had to be postponed. Despite our efforts to invite a broad selection of policymakers, politicians and fracking industry leaders to...
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Thanks London

The final leg of the National tour landed at Central Hall in Westminster on 16th June 2014 with a large audience and full panel hosted by Jon Snow. Despite every effort to draw in voices for both side of the debate, pro frackers stayed away and there was a lively discussion throughout and...
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150 celebrities and academics call for fracking debate

150 celebrities, academics, notable figures and other reputable organisations have publicly called for immediate suspension of fracking in the UK until an independent public debate takes place.   This is just a small proportion of the millions in Britain who have serious concerns about...
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Thanks Swansea

The event in the Swansea Guildhall has to go down a big success. We always want more people in attendance, but what was heartening was not just a respectable turn out, but a lot of new faces, rather than just the now familiar fractivist community, and people that had made the effort to come...
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Hack the Frack

Thanks to all who attended ‘Hack the Frack’ open space and hack day in London on Monday, July 7th at Central Saint Martin's. A group of top-notch creative thinkers and doers including coders, developers, activists, artists, designers and writers, gathered to imagine and create a new set of...