Dandaragan farmer David Cook has called for the Western Australia Fracking Inquiry panel to visit his region and hear from the people whose lives will be directly impacted by the fracking industry.
Police negotiated the release of workers associated with the pipeline’s proponent APA, who were holed up on a private property, after farmers had formed a human picket line. Farmers were concerned the workers were carrying no identifying documents.
Matt Trevelyan – a sheep farmer in Ryedale, North Yorkshire – called upon the farming community and other land-owners to deny fracking companies access to their land, saying that KM8 was “just the tip of the iceberg” in terms of the scale of the threat of shale gas fracking in Yorkshire.
Farmers in South Dakota are suing the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline project following damage to two growing seasons’ worth of crops