Category Archives: excessive fossil fuel explorations
First published on Nov 28, 2013 In northern Scandinavia, locals are taking on mining giants in a bid to save an ancient environment and way of life.
The long-contested expansion of Peru’s main natural gas field has won final regulatory approval despite U.N. concerns that it could endanger Amazon tribes living in voluntary isolation in pristine jungles. The Camisea project, located just 60 miles (100 kilometers) from … Continue reading
Australia has approved a plan to dump millions of tonnes of sediment near the Great Barrier Reef as part of a major coal port expansion – a decision that environmentalists say will endanger one of the world’s most fragile eco-systems. … Continue reading
Residents living in the province of Groningen in the Netherlands have ring the alarm as new report finds out that the habitability of the province will be life risking over ten years. The report came on the same day as members … Continue reading
The US Energy Secretary has told Channel 4 News that fracking can be done in an environmentally sound way. The comments by Ernest Moniz come in the week that David Cameron called many opponents of the controversial technique ‘irrational’. ————- … Continue reading
GHSREurope has reported to us that the Dutch province of Groningen is expecting a 5.0 earth quake “in the short term”. The warning was issued by the Dutch NAM, a governmental authority on oil and gas resources. The Dutch cabinet … Continue reading
Prime Minister David Cameron announces that local councils in England that agree to fracking projects will keep 100 percent of the related business rates. During a visit to a site in Lincolnshire, the Prime Minister, said he wanted the UK … Continue reading