FRACOPOLY BOOK LAUNCH

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FRACOPOLY BOOK LAUNCH – DUBLIN TUESDAY 13 JUNE

Fracking Free Ireland did visit the launch of the Fracopoly book in Enniskillen. It was nice to meet (again) campaigners from Food and Water Europe and got updated about the campaign in the US. (Love Leitrim and FFAN (Fermanagh fracking awareness network did give an overview of the campaign) Continue reading

The alternative to Fracking – for the public and farmers

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Solar Photovoltaic panels and Power Diverter:  electricity and hot water all in one!

Still no feed in tarif for solar energy (electricity) – no grants on Solar Photovoltaic panels The public is investing in clean energy. The Government should encourage this and divest from fossil fuels or imported LNG (fracked gas from the US)

No tor Fracking – Yes to Solar.

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Divest and Invest of Fossil Fuels

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Why the State should follow Trinity’s lead on fossil fuel investment

As Trinity divests itself from fossil fuels, they are leading the way for the rest of the country

18:20 19 Dec 2016

Kieran Cuddihy18:20 Monday 19 December 2016

http://www.newstalk.com/Why-the-State-should-follow-Trinitys-lead-on-fossil-fuel-investment

Why the State should follow Trinity’s lead on fossil fuel investment

Trinity College Dublin | Image: RollingNews.ie

 Last week, Trinity College Dublin announced that it had decided to sell off all of its investments in companies whose primary business is the extraction of fossil fuels.

This is no small amount of money. Trinity’s endowment fund dates back 200 years, and currently has €6 million tied up with oil companies.

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