We require legal funds urgently for the first Public Inquiry related to the UK's 'Dash for Gas', beginning March 2014.
We are Concerned Communities of Falkirk (CCoF): local residents, farmers, community councillors and councillors who came together around shared concerns about Dart Energy's application to extract coal bed methane near to and under our homes. Please watch the 2-minute video below and give generously.
We require a minimum of £50,000 urgently - before the Public Inquiry begins - to secure the legal team and witnesses necessary to put forward genuine health concerns relevant to local residents and communities UK-wide.
If planning permission is granted, this will be the UK’s first commercial production of Unconventional Gas (UG) – the umbrella term for coal bed methane extraction (planned for Falkirk), fracking and underground coal gasification – so the Public Inquiry could set a precedent for similar developments throughout the UK.
Over 60% of the UK is earmarked for UG extraction so please donate now before the drillers are on your doorstep!
Donate using the PayPal here, http://www.faug.org.uk/donate (no PayPal account required) or send a cheque payable to ‘CCoF’ to Concerned Communities of Falkirk, Box 237, Castle House, 1 Baker Street, Stirling, FK8 1AL - include an address with your cheque if you require a receipt.
A music festival in support of an anti-fracking campaign will rock out later this month.
Gastonbury will feature Steve Mason, King Creosote (pictured), James Yorkston and Ross Fairweather with all proceeds going to Concerned Communities of Falkirk.
More details here.
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