On 14th October, tens of thousands of people all over the world will be taking action with Friends of the Earth International in the Protect Our Futures Day of Action. On Saturday 7th October a group of local people met at the gates of Tinker Lane to register support for that day of action.
Fossil fuel projects are damaging our health, our communities and our environment around the world. They are driving climate change. Internationally Friends of the Earth are on the frontline of stopping these fossil fuel projects and we all need to lend a hand to support the development and widespread adoption of renewables and better insulation of our homes and workplaces.
The best way to stop climate change is to keep these fossil fuels in the ground and in particular return the land designated for the Tinker Lane project and elsewhere to farming or perhaps as an extension of the nearby solar farm.
It’s time to stand up and tell the government with one voice that fracking must not happen in the UK or anywhere in the world.