Media Highlights: 16-30 Nov 2012

Council gives assurances to fracking (TDN, 29 Nov) – in response to PCE report

New York Health Officials Outline Health Risks of Fracking (Nation of Change, 28 Nov)

Fracking still too risky (Scoop, 28 Nov) – in response to PCE report

Frack off – Statement from MANA Leader and MP for Te Tai Tokerau Hone Harawira  (MANA, 28 Nov) – in response to PCE report

Interim report finds no need for moratorium on fracking (Radio NZ, 28 Nov) – in response to PCE report

Fracking company had poor environmental performance (Radio NZ, 28 Nov) – in response to PCE report

Todd Energy say there is no need for regulation reform (Radio NZ, 28 Nov) – in response to PCE report

Fracking report holds off on big decisions (3 News, 27 Nov) in response to PCE report

Still unclear how safe fracking is (Radio NZ, 27 Nov) – interview with PCE Jan Wright

Fracking gets the green light – for now (Idealog, 27 Nov) in response to PCE report

The top of the world is melting (SMH, 28 Nov)

Concerned, but fracking escapes ban (NZ Herald, 28 Nov)in response to PCE report

Fracking study finds lax control (TDN, 28 Nov)in response to PCE report

Worry over Fracking – but no moratorium (Stuff Politics, 27 Nov) in response to PCE report

Safety of Fracking Not Guaranteed (NZ Green Party, 27 Nov) in response to PCE report

UN to launch new round of talks on global warming (NZ Herald, 26 Nov)

Fracking rules likely to be tightened (NZ Herald, 26 Nov)

Environment report not likely to seek fracking ban (TDN, 25 Nov)

Oil firm called to explain illegal flaring (TDN, 22 Nov)

Frack fight: a secret war of activists (Aljazeera, 21 Nov)

Sustainable Farming takes centre stage (TDN, 20 Nov)  – nice media coverage of CJT’s event

Doctors raise alarm over toxic coal seam gas leaks (Sydney Morning Herald, 17 Nov)

How safe are America’s 2.5 million miles of pipelines (Scientific American, 16 Nov)

Two missing in Gulf oil rig blast (ABC News, 16 Nov)

Fracking sand may pose health hazard to workers, residents (Huffington Post, 16 Nov)

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