National Trust, RSPB call for ‘frack-free zones’ in protected areas

A powerful coalition of NGOs backed by millions of members is asking for tighter controls on shale gas exploration and exploitation

by Simon Evans
The National Trust, backed by four million members, has joined a coalition calling for 'frack-free' zones (photograph: Andrew Bowden, CC by SA 2.0)
The National Trust, backed by four million members, has joined a coalition calling for 'frack-free' zones (photograph: Andrew Bowden, CC by SA 2.0)

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