Concerned Health Professionals Ireland call for frac ban

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SIGNED HEALTH

Signed for the Republic of Ireland

Coverage in Sligo today: http://www.sligotoday.ie/details.php?id=40755

UPDATED Concerned Health Professionals Ireland call for frac ban: ‘Extremely strong” evidence fracking harms human health

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Take Action – Ban fracking – sign petition

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Sign the petition – say NO to , “Señor Petrolhead” Arias Cañete

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In hours a Spanish oil ‘baron’ could be chosen as our European Commissioner on Climate. And only we can stop this shocking appointment!

It would be absurd to leave the leadership of Europe’s energy policy and global climate talks to a man who The Sunday Times has named “Señor Petrolhead”. But MEPs can reject the appointment and while some are threatening to accept him in return for political favours, with enough public backing, progressive MEPs could lead the charge to block him. Continue reading

Fracking in Germany – an overview

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Has Germany banned fracking? No, it hasn’t.

UPDATE FROM GERMANY

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This is a very useful overview about the latest developments re. proposals to introduce strict regulations for fracking in Germany. It is written by a well informed German campaigner. Because this briefing was drafted in July, it does not, however, include the news about the German Ministry of the Environment’s report published earlier this month. You can read about that on the Food & Water Watch website: http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/blogs/germanys-environment-agency-calls-for-an-end-to-fracking/ Continue reading

TAKE ACTION – Email MLA’s NOW!

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The recent actions which you may have taken part in via email have had a fantastic response. It’s not often that the Belfast Telegraph do a story about citizens emailing MLA’s. The planners on the Ballinlea issue even had to supply us with a different email address for the Facebook and Twitter campaign as our action blocked their account. We need to keep this going as since the start of this campaign there has never been a better opportunity for the NI assembly to put a halt to Fracking. The time to act is now and every voice matters.

Please send the following to the emails below. Continue reading

Urgent Northern Ireland Fracking Action Update – before 10th April

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Urgent Northern Ireland Fracking Action Update

Please Take Action Before Tomorrow Thurs. 10th April.

Last week it emerged that Tamboran Resources had failed to meet its commitment to drill a borehole by March 31, 2014 and that Arlene Foster, Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Investment has given a six month extension to that license.

Green MLA Steven Agnew today called on all parties to sign a petition to refer this decision. 30 signatures in support of this from our MLAs would require that the decision be referred to the Northern Ireland Executive.

We only have one day to really engage with our politicians the vote is on Thursday 10th April, 2014. Continue reading

Shoppers sign petition asking Stormont to ban fracking

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Ban Fracking NI were on the Diamond in Enniskillen as “moral support” to locals and to gather signatures for their petition calling on the Northern Ireland Assembly “to place an immediate and permanent ban on the process known as Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking) and all related preparatory and exploratory work in Northern Ireland”. Continue reading

Sign the petition – People’s Charter on Renewable Energy

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This Friday is the deadline for submissions to the Renewable Energy Export and Development Policy. This is another plan based on Irelands National Strategy for Renewable Energy 2012-2020. While the public are being consulted for this and other follow up plans, the underlying strategy was completed without consulting them.