Fracking in the UK has a difficult history – economic theory suggests that whether fracking should occur is a simple case of consent and compensation.
Fracking resonates with anxieties over deindustrialisation and decarbonisation.
Britain was once sat on huge gas reserves, but most of it leaked away long ago.
Teenagers directly affected by fracking have voiced disappointment at the political process. They’re looking for other ways to make their voices heard
New research uses a different technique to give a much lower estimate.
Huge survey shows more than 80% of British people support for solar, but just 18% want fracking.
A researcher looking at the social impacts of shale gas developments, explains why there’s much more to the Blackpool tremors than just ground movements.