Fracking and Flooding

In ten years from now, if I am still alive, I shall be able to look over the hills of England and Wales and will see, if the politicians have their way, a series of small gas works, erected to fracture shale rock underground, perhaps a kilometre or more deep, with storage tanks on the surface so that this country may collect natural gas to burn for heat and power. Not many people have imagined this vision; there is a disconnect in our minds between Continue reading