United Kingdom: National Trust may open up land to fracking, says Dame Helen Ghosh

Press Association: The National Trust has an "open mind" about fracking and would consider allowing it on its land, the head of the charity has said. Dame Helen Ghosh, the conservation trust's director general, told the Times it would make up its mind about the controversial gas extraction procedure after seeing the evidence on its environmental impact. It appears to be a move away from the trust's previous stance of a "presumption against fracking" on its land "because natural gas is a fossil gas", a position......

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