Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Budget and the Environment

On the face of it George Osborne’s Budget doesn’t say much about the environment. But if you dig into the details there is plenty to show that David Cameron’s claim that the last government would be the ‘greenest ever’ has … Continue reading

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Frack Free Lancashire – but what does this mean for Scotland?

Last week’s decision by Lancashire County Council to reject fracking will give a big shove to  Scotland’s current moratorium in the direction of becoming a full ban Cuadrilla’s applications to frack in Lancashire have been rejected after one of the … Continue reading

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