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Join Hackney Anti-Fracking Network

The threat of fracking is on our doorstep in London. Drilling sites are sprouting up all over the south and south-east. But in Hackney we can play a part in opposing this by forming a local Anti-Fracking Network.Gas companies Third Energy and Caudrilla in Kirby Misperton in Yorkshire and at Preston New Road near Blackpool are fighting to get fully operational but are being held back by a strong local, regional and national campaign to stop drilling getting a foothold. It is the growth of this…See More
Nov 21
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Solidarity evening for refugees at Café Z bar 58, Stoke Newington High Street, NI6

December 2, 2017 at 7:30pm to December 3, 2017 at 12:15am
Hackney Stand Up To Racism in collaboration with Care4Calais is holding a solidarity evening for refugees in the Calais area on Saturday, December 2nd.Funds are urgently needed to relieve refugees' worsening plight following the forcible demolition of the camp in Calais last year. Since the French authorities destroyed the camp and dispersed refugees those remaining in the area have encountered growing mistreatment and brutality from the police.  On December 9th a convoy will be going to Calais…See More
Nov 20
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In London the fracking threat is getting closer

In London the fracking threat is getting closerThe fracking threat is getting closer. While recent news, if very little, has focussed, on Lancashire and Yorkshire; the destructive impact of Hydraulic Fracturing is now affecting Surrey, south of London.Looking first north to Lancashire at Preston New Road, we see that two…See More
Nov 19
Richard Payne posted an event

Meeting on climate change at The Old School Room, Round Chapel, Powerscroft Road, Lower Clapton, E50PU

November 2, 2017 from 7:30pm to 9pm
Oct 28
Richard Payne posted a blog post

In London the fracking threat is getting closer

In London the fracking threat is getting closerThe fracking threat is getting closer. While recent news, if very little, has focussed, on Lancashire and Yorkshire; the destructive impact of Hydraulic Fracturing is now affecting Surrey, south of London.Looking first north to Lancashire at Preston New Road, we see that two…See More
Oct 25

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About me
I am a lecturer at London Metropolitan University and a member of the university's lecturers' union (UCU) Environment Officer.
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Education, Energy, Green Economy, Pollution, Social Justice

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Join Hackney Anti-Fracking Network

Posted on November 21, 2017 at 13:30 0 Comments

The threat of fracking is on our doorstep in London. Drilling sites are sprouting up all over the south and south-east. But in Hackney we can play a part in opposing this by forming a local Anti-Fracking Network.

Gas companies Third Energy and Caudrilla in Kirby Misperton in Yorkshire and at Preston New Road near Blackpool are fighting to get fully operational but are being held back by a strong local,…

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In London the fracking threat is getting closer

Posted on October 25, 2017 at 17:00 0 Comments

In London the fracking threat is getting closer

The fracking threat is getting closer. While recent news, if very little, has focussed, on Lancashire and…

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Fighting back against Fracking - Film Screening - the Bentley Effect - 8th June

Posted on April 17, 2017 at 22:12 0 Comments

Frack Off London are organising a London screening of The Bentley Effect, a film documenting how a community in Australia organised against unconventional gas extraction, building up to an iconic blockade. 



With the fracking industry pushing to start production in the UK this year, this is a really timely film to build up a strong opposition wherever they drill.
The screening is at the Hive Dalston on Thursday 8th June at 7pm, and it's…
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