No Farms No Food is a group of concerned residents and farmers from across the province, and believes that agricultural land is a valuable finite resource. Because there are so many important reasons to preserve
Public responses directly related to the Wheeler Commission’s actions, statements, reports, and other associated material.
Bradley Walters is a professor of geography and environment at Mount Allison University in Sackville New Brunswick, and is an community and environment activist. Read his full submission here: “Brad Walters, Submission” Summary: Shale gas
The Nova Scotia Hydraulic Fracturing Review Panel recent determined several “super-arching” questions that will be guiding their work. (See http://www.cbu.ca/hfstudy/resources/project-documents, Minutes of Feb 12, Section 6) NOFRAC is concerned that these guiding questions will lead to
North Shore SpeakOut! Against Fracking presentations On March 16, 2014, several citizens of the North Shore of Nova Scotia who were preparing submissions to the ‘Wheeler Commission’ investigating the impacts of fracking in their area,
The wastewater ponds in Kennetcook are the result of fracking activities that started in 2007 during Triangle Petroleum’s exploration for natural gas. It is unfortunate that these ponds remain, and that they continue to cause problems
This week, NOFRAC wrote an open letter to government stating our concerns about the current provincial review of hydraulic fracturing in Nova Scotia. The letter is posted below, and the entire letter with appendices is
NOFRAC had several concerns about the expanded review, and we were glad to receive feedback relatively quickly from the government on many of our points. To review our concerns, please see our letter from September 3,