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The New Zealand Herald
Dr Russel Norman: More could be done on climate changenatural environment. And guess who protected that natural environment from dest
Dr Russel Norman: More could be done on climate change
The New Zealand Herald / Posted an hour ago
natural environment. And guess who protected that natural environment from destruction. Who laid the foundation for our biggest money earner? The greenies. • Dr Russel Norman is the executive director of Greenpeace and former Green Party co-lea... Read more
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The Washington Times
Hillary Clinton hits Trump on temper, but she’s no picnic, eithera question she doesn’t like on the rope-line, things can go south — fast. In M
Hillary Clinton hits Trump on temper, but she’s no picnic, either
The Washington Times / Posted 7 hours ago
a question she doesn’t like on the rope-line, things can go south — fast. In March, Mrs. Clinton lost her temper with a Greenpeace Activist who asked her about donations from the fossil-fuel industry. After Mrs. Clinton answered that she takes... Read more
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Daily Maverick
How ‘endangered species’ destroy the environmentfor human benefit. International NGOs such as the International Fund for Animal
How ‘endangered species’ destroy the environment
Daily Maverick / Posted 9 hours ago
for human benefit. International NGOs such as the International Fund for Animal Welfare, Traffic, the Sierra Club and Greenpeace are ideologically opposed to lethal means of wildlife management, while having little practical experience of... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Guinean sailors arrested after clash with Sierra Leone navyon illegal foreign vessels, many of them Chinese. One fifth of China's distant
Guinean sailors arrested after clash with Sierra Leone navy
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 10 hours ago
on illegal foreign vessels, many of them Chinese. One fifth of China's distant water fishing fleet now operates in Africa, Greenpeace said in a report published last year. Beijing rejected the accusation. (Reporting by Umaru Fofana; Additional... Read more
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The Star
Guinean sailors arrested after clash with Sierra Leone navyon illegal foreign vessels, many of them Chinese. One fifth of China's distant
Guinean sailors arrested after clash with Sierra Leone navy
The Star / Posted 10 hours ago
on illegal foreign vessels, many of them Chinese. One fifth of China's distant water fishing fleet now operates in Africa, Greenpeace said in a report published last year. Beijing rejected the accusation. (Reporting by Umaru Fofana; Additional... Read more
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CTV News
McDonald's signs 'historic' agreement to contain Arctic cod fishingexpand cod fishing into untouched parts of the Arctic, where the ice melt has s
McDonald's signs 'historic' agreement to contain Arctic cod fishing
CTV News / Posted 12 hours ago
expand cod fishing into untouched parts of the Arctic, where the ice melt has sparked fears of a rush on unexploited areas, Greenpeace said Wednesday. "This is a historic agreement that brings together the main players in the cod fishing" in the... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Art gets dirty, smelly for cleaner Pasig Riverart critic and curator Cid Reyes said. “They need to be informed how to save it
Art gets dirty, smelly for cleaner Pasig River
Inquirier.net / Posted 13 hours ago
art critic and curator Cid Reyes said. “They need to be informed how to save it.” Yeb Saño, executive director of Greenpeace Southeast Asia and former commissioner of the Climate Change Commission, joined the chorus of concern: “There have... Read more
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Eye Witness News
‘Eskom's nuclear plan is expensive and dangerous’energy,Brian Molefe,renewable and nuclear energy JOHANNESBURG - Human Rights A
‘Eskom's nuclear plan is expensive and dangerous’
Eye Witness News / Posted 14 hours ago
energy,Brian Molefe,renewable and nuclear energy JOHANNESBURG - Human Rights Activist and former head of Greenpeace Kumi Naidoo says he disagrees with Eskom’s take on nuclear, saying it’s expensive and dangerous. Molefe says it... Read more
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The Financial Express
McDonald’s in historic agreement to contain Arctic cod fishingexpand cod fishing into untouched parts of the Arctic, where the ice melt has s
McDonald’s in historic agreement to contain Arctic cod fishing
The Financial Express / Posted 15 hours ago
expand cod fishing into untouched parts of the Arctic, where the ice melt has sparked fears of a rush on unexploited areas, Greenpeace said today. (Reuters) Food giants McDonald’s and Tesco have signed a “historic” agreement to not expand cod... Read more
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DW
Poland starts logging ancient Bialowieza forest despite protests |ecology oppose the logging plans, and are pushing to make the entire forest a p
Poland starts logging ancient Bialowieza forest despite protests |
DW / Posted 15 hours ago
ecology oppose the logging plans, and are pushing to make the entire forest a protected national park," Katarzyna Jagiello, Greenpeace Poland activist told DW. The entire Bialowieza forest covers around 60,000 hectares (148,260 acres) in eastern... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Former Red Sox pitcher Bill ‘Spaceman’ Lee runs for governor of Vermontpancakes came sprinkled with a bit of pot. In post-game interviews, he defended
Former Red Sox pitcher Bill ‘Spaceman’ Lee runs for governor of Vermont
The Middletown Press / Posted 18 hours ago
pancakes came sprinkled with a bit of pot. In post-game interviews, he defended Maoist China, population control and Greenpeace. He loves yoga, hates AstroTurf and ran for president under the Rhinoceros Party in 1988. Once, he called the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indonesia refuses palm oil permits in anti-haze pushapplications rejected, or to say whether they were for new plantations or expan
Indonesia refuses palm oil permits in anti-haze push
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 hours ago
applications rejected, or to say whether they were for new plantations or expansions to existing plantations. Kiki Taufik, Greenpeace Indonesia forest campaigner, welcomed the move but cautioned the government must ensure that local authorities... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Retailers make landmark sustainable seafood pledgewill be prohibited from selling cod to the global agreement partners. The deal
Retailers make landmark sustainable seafood pledge
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 19 hours ago
will be prohibited from selling cod to the global agreement partners. The deal was struck off the back of a report from Greenpeace which highlighted concerns that sea ice melt has the potential to allow fishing boats to operate in previously... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Indonesia refuses palm oil permits in anti-haze pushapplications rejected, or to say whether they were for new plantations or expan
Indonesia refuses palm oil permits in anti-haze push
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 20 hours ago
applications rejected, or to say whether they were for new plantations or expansions to existing plantations. Kiki Taufik, Greenpeace Indonesia forest campaigner, welcomed the move but cautioned the government must ensure that local authorities... Read more
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Rappler
Indonesia refuses palm oil permits in anti-haze pushapplications rejected, or to say whether they were for new plantations or expan
Indonesia refuses palm oil permits in anti-haze push
Rappler / Posted 21 hours ago
applications rejected, or to say whether they were for new plantations or expansions to existing plantations. Kiki Taufik, Greenpeace Indonesia forest campaigner, welcomed the move but cautioned the government must ensure that local authorities... Read more
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Evening Standard
Chip shops and McDonald's 'refuse to sell cod from Arctic waters'trawlers supply around 20 per cent of cod sold in British fish and chip shops,
Chip shops and McDonald's 'refuse to sell cod from Arctic waters'
Evening Standard / Posted 22 hours ago
trawlers supply around 20 per cent of cod sold in British fish and chip shops, has also reportedly signed up. A recent Greenpeace investigation found that over the past three years more than 100 Norwegian and Russian trawlers had fished in the... Read more
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iafrica.com
Monsanto: $62bn Bayer bid too lowpower on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for a
Monsanto: $62bn Bayer bid too low
iafrica.com / Posted 23 hours ago
power on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for agriculture and genetic engineering at Greenpeace. Bayer faces financial challenges in the huge deal, which would force it to raise both debt and equity to... Read more
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IAfrica South African Business News
Monsanto: $62bn Bayer bid too lowpower on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for a
Monsanto: $62bn Bayer bid too low
IAfrica South African Business News / Posted yesterday
power on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for agriculture and genetic engineering at Greenpeace. Bayer faces financial challenges in the huge deal, which would force it to raise both debt and equity to... Read more
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The China Post
Monsanto: $62 bn Bayer bid too low, but open to talkspower on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for a
Monsanto: $62 bn Bayer bid too low, but open to talks
The China Post / Posted yesterday
power on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for agriculture and genetic engineering at Greenpeace. Bayer faces financial challenges in the huge deal, which would force it to raise both debt and equity to finance.... Read more
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CTV News
Greenpeace brokers deal to stop some cod fishing expansionTORONTO - Greenpeace says it has brokered an agreement between two major fishin
Greenpeace brokers deal to stop some cod fishing expansion
CTV News / Posted yesterday
TORONTO - Greenpeace says it has brokered an agreement between two major fishing groups and a number of major fish processors and retailers to prevent fishing for cod in a part of the Arctic Ocean where it has not been sourced from... Read more
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ABC News
Seeking Shelter Amid War and Violence, Refugees Flee Their HomesDe Malglaive/Getty Images A volunteer sorts out orange life jackets from a hug
Seeking Shelter Amid War and Violence, Refugees Flee Their Homes
ABC News / Posted yesterday
De Malglaive/Getty Images A volunteer sorts out orange life jackets from a huge pile as MSF / Doctors Without Borders and Greenpeace set up a giant peace symbol made of life vests (not pictured) used by refugees in Lesbos near Molivos, Greece,... Read more
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Rappler
Monsanto: $62B Bayer bid too low, but open to talkspower on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for a
Monsanto: $62B Bayer bid too low, but open to talks
Rappler / Posted yesterday
power on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for agriculture and genetic engineering at Greenpeace. Bayer faces financial challenges in the huge deal, which would force it to raise both debt and equity to... Read more
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Coconuts Manila
Look: Here’s how the 2015-2016 double El Niño affected farmers in Saranggani and Maguindanaoherbicides and pesticides. Displaced families in the Philippines due to el niñ
Look: Here’s how the 2015-2016 double El Niño affected farmers in Saranggani and Maguindanao
Coconuts Manila / Posted yesterday
herbicides and pesticides. Displaced families in the Philippines due to el niño. PHOTO: Veejay Villafranca for Greenpeace Drought-stunted corn cobs in the Philippines due to el niño. PHOTO: Veejay Villafranca for Greenpeace Local... Read more
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The China Post
Poland starts logging primeval forest despite activist pleasCommission to intervene before the Polish government allows for the irreversibl
Poland starts logging primeval forest despite activist pleas
The China Post / Posted yesterday
Commission to intervene before the Polish government allows for the irreversible destruction of the Bialowieza forest," Greenpeace Poland activist Katarzyna Jagiello said in a statement. Campaigners have taken issue with the government... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Monsanto: $62 billion Bayer bid too low, but open to talkspower on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for a
Monsanto: $62 billion Bayer bid too low, but open to talks
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
power on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy adviser for agriculture and genetic engineering at Greenpeace. Bayer faces financial challenges in the huge deal, which would force it to raise both debt and equity to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Glastonbury organisers fined as 20,000 gallons of human waste dumped in streamprofit was about £84,000 due to its level of charitable giving. The company ha
Glastonbury organisers fined as 20,000 gallons of human waste dumped in stream
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
profit was about £84,000 due to its level of charitable giving. The company has given £8.7million to WaterAid, Oxfam and Greenpeace over the past eight festivals. Speaking after the case, the Environment Agency said more than 4km of the... Read more
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The Huffington Post
An Eye-Opening 360-Degree View Of The Arcticcontinues to melt, the ocean is being threatened by oil companies wanting to dr
An Eye-Opening 360-Degree View Of The Arctic
The Huffington Post / Posted yesterday
continues to melt, the ocean is being threatened by oil companies wanting to drill and access the resources below. But Greenpeace is working with millions of people to create a sanctuary around the North Pole to preserve the region. Greenpeace... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Glastonbury Festival fined for human sewage leak that polluted streamwas about £84,000 due to its level of charitable giving. Mr Cooper said the co
Glastonbury Festival fined for human sewage leak that polluted stream
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
was about £84,000 due to its level of charitable giving. Mr Cooper said the company had given £8.7m to WaterAid, Oxfam and Greenpeace over the past eight festivals. The sentence took into account an incident in 2015 in which a contractor believed... Read more
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PhysOrg
Poland begins logging primeval forest despite activist pleaswhat the environment ministry says is a spruce bark beetle infestation. But se
Poland begins logging primeval forest despite activist pleas
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
what the environment ministry says is a spruce bark beetle infestation. But several environmental groups including Greenpeace have taken issue with the government's rationale, saying the beetle's presence does not pose any threat to the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Bayer-Monsanto tie-up fuels anti-GM debate in Germanypower on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy advisor for a
Bayer-Monsanto tie-up fuels anti-GM debate in Germany
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
power on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy advisor for agriculture and genetic engineering at Greenpeace. Bayer is already under fire from environmental activists for manufacturing pesticides that are blamed for the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Poland begins logging primeval forest despite activist pleaswhat the Environment Ministry said was a spruce bark beetle infestation. But s
Poland begins logging primeval forest despite activist pleas
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
what the Environment Ministry said was a spruce bark beetle infestation. But several environmental groups including Greenpeace have taken issue with the Government's rationale, saying the beetle's presence did not pose any threat to the... Read more
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This is West Country
Glastonbury Festival fined £31,000 after human waste leak that polluted streamwas about £84,000 due to its level of charitable giving. Mr Cooper said the co
Glastonbury Festival fined £31,000 after human waste leak that polluted stream
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
was about £84,000 due to its level of charitable giving. Mr Cooper said the company had given £8.7m to WaterAid, Oxfam and Greenpeace over the past eight festivals. "It is a unique business to come before the courts," he said. "Payments are very... Read more
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NBC News
Russia Wildfire Is Size of Vermont and Delaware: CharityMOSCOW — Colossal wildfires in Russia have burned an area the size Vermont and
Russia Wildfire Is Size of Vermont and Delaware: Charity
NBC News / Posted yesterday
MOSCOW — Colossal wildfires in Russia have burned an area the size Vermont and Delaware combined, Greenpeace said Tuesday, amid fears the country could suffer its worst wildfire season in more than 100 years. The season is still in its early stages,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Poland begins logging primeval forest despite activist pleaswhat the environment ministry says is a spruce bark beetle infestation. But se
Poland begins logging primeval forest despite activist pleas
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
what the environment ministry says is a spruce bark beetle infestation. But several environmental groups including Greenpeace have taken issue with the government's rationale, saying the beetle's presence does not pose any threat to the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Ghost tower bought up by foreign money is symbol of housing crisis£13m. Orlov’s Ocean Trawlers company is the world’s largest supplier of cod and
Ghost tower bought up by foreign money is symbol of housing crisis
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
£13m. Orlov’s Ocean Trawlers company is the world’s largest supplier of cod and haddock but has this year been accused by Greenpeace of threatening pristine Arctic ecosystems by fishing further north in the Barents Sea as the ice retreats amid... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
It’s time for a ban on plastic bags in Suffolkget recycled. Instead, they find their way into our streets, fields, beaches, s
It’s time for a ban on plastic bags in Suffolk
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted yesterday
get recycled. Instead, they find their way into our streets, fields, beaches, storm drains and waterways. According to Greenpeace, close to 270 species have suffered from ingesting plastic bags, which don’t biodegrade and travel through... Read more
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Ipswich Star
EDF boss assures MPs nuclear projects will go ahead, as trade union talks continuedecision, financial and operational risks for the planned power station, and al
EDF boss assures MPs nuclear projects will go ahead, as trade union talks continue
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
decision, financial and operational risks for the planned power station, and alternative plans for the UK’s energy future. Greenpeace has called for the UK Government to “wake up” to the alternatives. Chief scientist, Dr Doug Parr said Hinkley... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Bayer-Monsanto tie-up fuels anti-GM debate in Germanypower on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy advisor for a
Bayer-Monsanto tie-up fuels anti-GM debate in Germany
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
power on both sides of the Atlantic," said Marco Contiero, policy advisor for agriculture and genetic engineering at Greenpeace. Bayer is already under fire from environmental activists for manufacturing pesticides that are blamed for the... Read more
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Eye Witness News
'SA's investment in nuclear energy a gross miscalculation'the country back trillions of rand. Picture: freeimages.com nuclear,nuclear p
'SA's investment in nuclear energy a gross miscalculation'
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
the country back trillions of rand. Picture: freeimages.com nuclear,nuclear power,nuclear energy,SA nuclear build plans,Greenpeace,Green Energy SA CAPE TOWN – Former Green Peace International Executive Director, Kumi Naidoo, has described... Read more
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iol.co.za
Nuclear deal ‘must be fought’Cape Town - The former head of Greenpeace and human rights activist, Kumi Naido
Nuclear deal ‘must be fought’
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
Cape Town - The former head of Greenpeace and human rights activist, Kumi Naidoo, says South Africans across the board need to fight the government’s proposed nuclear deal with Russia, saying nuclear is “too expensive, too dangerous and as a solution... Read more
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Daily Record
Outrage as first UK fracking project in five years is approvedand campaigner Simon Bowens said: "This is an absolute travesty of a decision b
Outrage as first UK fracking project in five years is approved
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
and campaigner Simon Bowens said: "This is an absolute travesty of a decision but the battle is very far from over." Greenpeace accused the Government of having a "pro-fracking bias", which they said made the outcome inevitable. In Scotland... Read more
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BBC News
Fracking decision in North Yorkshire reignites intense debatebe challenged.Media captionThe BBC's John Moylan explains what the fracking vot
Fracking decision in North Yorkshire reignites intense debate
BBC News / Posted 2 days ago
be challenged.Media captionThe BBC's John Moylan explains what the fracking vote means for Kirby Misperton - in 20 seconds Greenpeace accused the government of having a "pro-fracking bias", which they said made the outcome inevitable. Craig... Read more
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thebee
Fracking approved in North Yorkshire - But what does it mean for Lancashire?company. It means Third Energy will be allowed to frack for shale gas near the
Fracking approved in North Yorkshire - But what does it mean for Lancashire?
thebee / Posted 2 days ago
company. It means Third Energy will be allowed to frack for shale gas near the village of Kirby Misperton in Ryedale. Greenpeace UK has described the council's decision as "bitterly disappointing" and demonstrators booed as the result was... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five years « Shropshire Starand campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five years « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 2 days ago
and campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision but the battle is very far from over." Greenpeace accused the Government of having a "p ro-fracking bias", which they said made the outcome inevitable. Planners... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five yearsand campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five years
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
and campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision but the battle is very far from over." Greenpeace accused the Government of having a "p ro-fracking bias", which they said made the outcome inevitable. Planners... Read more
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Bolton News
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five yearsand campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five years
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
and campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision but the battle is very far from over." Greenpeace accused the Government of having a "p ro-fracking bias", which they said made the outcome inevitable. Planners... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five yearsand campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five years
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
and campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision but the battle is very far from over." Greenpeace accused the Government of having a "p ro-fracking bias", which they said made the outcome inevitable. Planners... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five yearsand campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five years
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
and campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision but the battle is very far from over." Greenpeace accused the Government of having a "p ro-fracking bias", which they said made the outcome inevitable. Planners... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five yearsand campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five years
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 2 days ago
and campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision but the battle is very far from over." Greenpeace accused the Government of having a "p ro-fracking bias", which they said made the outcome inevitable. Planners... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five yearsand campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision
Anger as council approves first UK fracking project in five years
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
and campaigner Simon Bowens said: " This is an absolute travesty of a decision but the battle is very far from over." Greenpeace accused the Government of having a "p ro-fracking bias", which they said made the outcome inevitable. Planners... Read more
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