The Broad Alliance of communities against unconventional oil and gas extraction today launches The Community Case Against Unconventional Gas.
It brings together submissions by the Broad Alliance to the Scottish government’s ongoing evidence-gathering as it considers whether to ban or permit fracking and other kinds of uncoventional gas extraction.
Broad Alliance chair Donald Campbell praised the community activists who worked so hard to write these responses:
“With no money for paid researchers, and painfully tight deadlines, ordinary citizens came together to show that, if the precautionary principle is followed, there is no place in Scotland for this dirty industry . Their passion and determination mean almost as much as the work they’ve done.”