Blackpool fracking campaigner claimed disability benefits despite telling the DWP he was afraid to leave his house – Blackpool Gazette

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An anti fracking campaigner who claimed to benefit chiefs he was unable to leave his home was later caught on camera climbing onto a lorry during a protest at Little Plumpton. John James Knox, 33, was found guilty of benefit fraud following a trial before Preston Crown Court. Knox is pictured during fracking demonstration CREDIT:...

With Passage of NAFTA 2.0, Congress Boosts Fossil Fuel Polluters in Mexico

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NAFTA 2.0 cleared another hurdle on January 16 as the U.S. Senate approved the trade deal with bipartisan support. Officially called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), the pact has some improvements but remains a handout to large corporations. This is particularly evident in the USMCA rules related to investor rights. One of the most controversial...

«El fracking no es necesario, no le mientan al pais»

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Foto: @PizarroMariaJo Luego del cacerolazo que se desarrolló frente a la Universidad EAN el pasado 16 de enero, y las fallidas conversaciones que se han dado entre el sector ambiental y Gobierno entorno a los Proyectos Pilotos Integrales de Fracking (PPII), el Gobierno nuevamente mostró su apoyo a este proyecto afirmando, que necesitan «el fracking...

Not fooling around: Dedicated Thai cops who re-enacted campus sex romp just doing their jobs | Coconuts Bangkok

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Bent over slightly, his hands grasp the palm tree. His face stares into the camera with something between grimace, reproach and uneasy smile. “Help me,” his eyes cry. Behind him, another officer has taken his appointed position, two fingers lightly resting on the first man’s hips, his potbelly projected forward as if to preserve a...

“Fracking, for the time being, is over” – business minister – DRILL OR DROP?

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Business minister, Kwasi Kwarteng, speaking in parliament, 21 January 2020. Photo: Still from Parliament TV A government minister seemed this morning to support the idea that a permanent ban on fracking would be the best way his department could tackle climate change. Business minister Kwasi Kwarteng was answering a question from Alexander Stafford, the new...

Joe Biden’s Powerful Weapon In His Fight With Bernie Sanders: Vulnerable House Democrats

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Many of the Democrats most at risk of losing their seats in Congress this year are helping Joe Biden make the most crucial argument for his campaign: that he is the best chance Democrats have of beating Donald Trump and winning control of Congress, and that one alternative — namely, Bernie Sanders — could bring...

Governor Cuomo announces permanent ban on hydrofracking in New York

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that he will incorporate legislation in the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Executive Budget permanently banning fracking in New York. Cuomo stated that the temporary ban that is currently in place has not only been prudent, it has also proved that there are cleaner and more sustainable alternative energy options...

Denver DA won’t prosecute 33 climate protesters arrested before Gov. Polis’ State of the State speech

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Denver prosecutors on Thursday said they will seek the dismissal of charges for 33 people arrested for protesting before Gov. Jared Polis’ State of the State speech earlier this month. Denver District Attorney Beth McCann’s office says the met with the Colorado State Patrol and with the Denver Police Department before making her decision. McCann,...

New York Will Finally Legalize E-Bikes And E-Scooters – Gothamist

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After vetoing a bill that would legalize e-bikes and e-scooters late last year, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that he will legalize them this year if his budget is passed unscathed. Cuomo made the announcement on Tuesday during his annual budget address. “Let’s also in this budget ban single-use Styrofoam. Let’s expand e-bikes and e-scooters. And...

Fracking to blame for earthquakes, seismic ‘clusters’ in central Alberta | CBC News

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An earthquake that sent tremors through central Alberta last spring — rattling homes in Red Deer and temporarily knocking out power in parts of Sylvan Lake — was caused by fracking, an investigation by provincial regulators concludes. A report by researchers with the Alberta Geological Society and the Alberta Energy Regulator examined two earthquakes near...

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