Government moves to convince public on shale gas regulation
A £5 million fund to provide independent evidence to the public about the robustness of regulations governing shale gas exploration was announced today by chancellor George Osborne as part of his autumn statement.The evidence will help ensure the public is better engaged in the regulatory process, according to the document accompanying Osborne’s statement. Research into public attitudes to shale gas carried o
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