“Majority of potential UK fracking sites are rich in important wildlife”

Countryside near the village of Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire where a planning application by Third Energy to frack was recently approved

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Scientists say that almost two-thirds of the areas that have been labelled as suitable for shale gas extraction have levels of biodiversity equal to or above the national average, according to a new analysis of records collected from across the country.

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My name is Isabelle Whitehead. I was a member of the Bolton School group on the Operation Wallacea 2015 expedition to Peru.

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