Ireland gets new anti-fracking group

“Energy company Tamboran Resources has claimed that a gas exploration project for Ireland could create 600 full-time jobs.”

RTE News (Ireland) reports:

A new cross-border umbrella organisation to campaign against hydraulic fracturing for shale gas in Ireland has been established.

Good Energies Alliance Ireland includes a number of groups already campaigning against fracking on both sides of the border and says it is now taking the battle to a new level.

Spokeswoman Dr Aedin McLoughlin said GEAI is adopting a balanced and professional approach to the anti-fracking campaign and is backed by advisors in the areas of economics, law, science, public health and policy development.

She said its plan is to use information and creative, arts-based communication to raise awareness about shale gas extraction using hydraulic fracturing, and to promote sustainable energy sources and jobs…

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One thought on “Ireland gets new anti-fracking group”

  1. Increased regulation never facilitates economic development. The only ‘jobs’ created are involved in compliance, and are paid for by increased taxation, which adds further friction to the economy.

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