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BiBRewind in our Frack Free Bed in Barn – discount for active campaigners
Web: www.bedinbarn.com or visit www.airbnb.com F:  BedinBarn

Review from an anti-fracker campaigner:
Thank You Ineke and Benji for a wonderful time in this amazing place. A wonderful retreat for groups, families couples or individuals. Set in the beautiful Ox mountains, Tobercurry. Fabulous easy to challenging walking and cycle trails.

Frack Action – New Yorkers meeting anti frackers in Ireland + video

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Published on 3 Apr 2015
On April 3rd 2015 representatives of New York based antifracking group Frack Action addressed a large crowd in the Ballroom of Romance Glenfarne Co.Leitrim Ireland. Frack Action were visiting the country to relay their experiences in successfully achieving a ban on fracking in New York State and encouraging Irish communities and legislators to strive for the same.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AC5YNfDOay8

Watch the video: Dear Governor Cuomo

In this clip Frack Action campaign director Julia Walsh addresses the large crowd.

The event was attended by big numbers from the local community, and a number of cross party TDs,Senators, and County Councilliors.

Video courtesy of Love Leitrim. Twitter@loveleitrim www.loveleitrim.org

www.frackaction.com Twitter @frackaction www.goodenergiesalliance.com. Event organised by Good Energies Alliance Ireland, Love Leitrim and Northwest Network Against Fracking.

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Members of Irish Anti Fracking Campaign and Right2Water Sligo meeting with Frack Action USA (Who suuccesfully brought about a fracking ban in New York State)

The “Revolver Raid” Arrives: A Wave Of Shale Bankruptcies Has Just Been Unleashed

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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-04-02/revolver-raid-arrives-wave-shale-bankruptcies-about-be-unleashed

The “Revolver Raid” Arrives: A Wave Of Shale Bankruptcies Has Just Been Unleashed

SUCCESSFUL NEW YORK CAMPAIGNERS AGAINST FRACKING VISIT LEITRIM

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SUCCESSFUL NEW YORK CAMPAIGNERS AGAINST FRACKING VISIT LEITRIM
Three campaigners who have been at the forefront of the hugely successful New York campaign against fracking are visiting Ireland this week. They will be speakers at a public meeting in the Ballroom of Romance, Glenfarne on Friday 3rd at 8pm. The meeting will allow people to meet them, raise awareness of the current situation regarding fracking in Ireland, compare our campaigns and learn from one another. It also will have an element of fun, with music, networking and celebration of local campaign successes. Continue reading

German cabinet allows fracking, but with a number of restrictions – industry complains

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Seems like the German government announced its decision on fracking

and another link: http://www.dw.de/german-government-approves-controversial-fracking-bill/a-18354950

COMMENT BY FRACKING FREE IRELAND – BRUSSELS

I have been reading the reactions from campaigners and politicians most of today and all seem to agree that this law – if passed – would allow the fracking industry afoot in the door. I trust the viewpoints of the local people on this one. The German government has been very keen for months now to lull the public into a false sense of security. That’s very clear from the often erroneous press releases it puts out.

In my view, if the law is passed would set a very dangerous precedent for the rest of Europe, especially in Ireland where our government already plans to regulate fracking. Now it will most likely look to Germany and say ‘well, Germany approved it, so it can’t be dangerous.’

Rules can often be watered down to suit the industry. An outright ban is the best option. So we are told time and again by North American and Australian campaigners

California Governor Orders Mandatory Water Cuts Amid “Unprecedented, Dangerous Situation”

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For First Time In History, California Governor Orders Mandatory Water Cuts Amid “Unprecedented, Dangerous Situation”

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-04-01/first-time-history-california-governor-orders-mandatory-water-cuts-amid-unprecedente

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Amid the “cruelest winter ever,” with the lowest snowpack on record, and with 98.11% of the state currently in drouight conditions, California Governor Jerry Brown orders mandatory water cuts in California for the first time in history… 

‘EXPERT’ REPORT THAT PERSUADED DOCTORS TO OPPOSE FRACKING WRITTEN BY ACTIVIST

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http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/03/31/expert-report-that-persuaded-doctors-to-oppose-fracking-written-by-activist/

(…)The spokesman added that Mr Hill is not an official EU advisor and not entitled to use such a title. Likewise, a letter seen by Guido confirmed that “Mr Hill is not an advisor to DECC,” whilst it transpired that he has merely made a submission to the Royal Society.

Ironically considering his trumped up anti-fracking credentials, Mr Hill was also found by Guido to have once applied to Cuadrilla for a job, writing “I have never been opposed to fracking. Just to no fracking regulation. (…)

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Leitrim County Development Plan 2 0 1 5 – 2 0 2 1

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L E I T R I M  C O U N T Y  D E V E L O P M E N T  P L A N  2 0 1 5 – 2 0 2 1
L E I T R I M  C O U N T Y  C O U N C I L
(Pages 202, 203 & 204)

OFFICIAL: Fracking now banned in Leitrim

http://www.leitrimcoco.ie/eng/Services_A-Z/Planning_and_Building_Control/Development-Plans/County-Development-Plan/CDP-2015-%E2%80%93-2021/Vol-1-Written-Statement.pdf

3.11.7 UNCONVENTIONAL GAS EXPLORATION AND EXTRACTION
Leitrim County Council is aware of oil and gas prospecting interests within the Leitrim County area and its surrounds41, in particular proposals for unconventional oil/gas exploration and extraction42  projects/operations. It is a strategic goal of the County Development Plan to adopt the ‘precautionary principle’43 in respect of development where significant environmental implications are involved.   Further to this, the Council wishes to safeguard and nurture the unspoilt/green image and reputation of Leitrim and the health of its present and future communities, centred on the rural characteristics of the County, agricultural activity, the landscape and its environmentally sensitive lands and water bodies – both surface and groundwater.
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