United Kingdom: Allow fracking in national parks, says Environment Agency chief

Guardian: Fracking in national parks should be permitted because the visual impact can be limited when the process is "done properly", the outgoing chairman of the Environment Agency has declared. Chris Smith, who is due to step down from the post next month, waded into the debate over fracking by dismissing the claims of those campaigning against the impact of the controversial drilling at particular sites. "Provided it is done carefully and properly regulated, those fears are definitely exaggerated,"......

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