FRACKING IN HISTORIC MINING AREAS: A RISKY BUSINESS

 

Professor Styles’s evidence raised concerns on the lack of scrutiny within the government upon granting permission for exploratory fracking works to go ahead with so many unresolved issues, putting communities at risk with no accountability to rely on, other than the sketchy self-regulation that is clearly happening.

He stated:

“To date, it does not appear that any proper industry or government due diligence has taken place with regards to fault lines mapped.”

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