United Kingdom: Round one went to the anti-frackers. But now round two begins

Telegraph: Countryside campaigners are to try to bridge the ever-growing gap between fracking firms and protestors by providing neutral forums to debate the issues involved in exploiting shale gas and oil. The Council for the Protection of Rural England, which has been careful not to come out against the industry, says it will take the initiative so long as it can find a prominent partner, like the Royal Society, and so long as it is not financed, even partially, by the oil and gas industry. The move comes......

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