The 2015 Global Frackdown will be focused on the climate impacts of unconventional fossil fuels. November 2 will be the day to mobilize against fracking ahead of the Paris climate talks. Stay tuned for more updates in the weeks ahead. Continue reading
Campaigners from No Fracking Ireland and Fracking Free Ireland during the demo in Dublin on Global Frack Down Day/Right2 Water march, 11 october Continue reading
Thousands of people participated in Saturday’s Global Frackdown calling for a worldwide ban on fracking. With more than 250 events in more than a dozen countries, anti-fracking activists united with the message: no to fossil fuels, yes to clean, renewable energy.
“Across the globe a powerful movement is emerging that rejects policies incentivizing fracked natural gas as a bridge fuel to a sustainable future. Any initiative claiming to promote sustainable energy for all must stimulate energy efficiency and renewable energy programs, not foster fracking for oil and gas,” said Wenonah Hauter, executive director of Food & Water Watch. Continue reading
‘We are united and very successful’ (Geraldine Ring, Fracking Free Ireland – Brussels) on Ocean FM http://oceanfm.ie/2014/10/08/fracking-free-ireland-joins-with-europe-for-global-frackdown-day/
Matt Carthy and Martina Anderson Join anti-fracking protesters in Brussels
+ nice interview!
Lots of pictures here: Continue reading
Dublin: 11 october 11.00 -13.00
Unite the Union, 55-56 Middle Abbey Street Dublin – https://www.facebook.com/events/365107606987124/?ref=22 Continue reading