We'd like to talk about fracking

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Page - January 14, 2014
Fracking has been perhaps the hottest environmental topic in South Africa in the last year – and for good reason.

While industry would have us see hydraulic fracturing as the cure to South Africa’s energy shortages, communities, environmentalists, and a range of experts have raised serious concerns.
So next month (actually just before Shell hosts a similar talk) Greenpeace Africa will be convening a discussion on the issue, and you’re invited to join us.

Fracking in South Africa: Winners & Losers – a civil society perspective

  • Date: 19th February 2014
  • Time: 5.30 for 6.00 PM
  • Venue: Cape Town Science Centre, 370B Main Road, Observatory, Cape Town [click here for a map]

The Panel

  • David Fig, Environmentalist and Sociologist
  • Carin Bosman, Environmental Management Adviser, and Director of Carin Bosman Sustainable Solutions
  • Shan Holmes, Director of RealSearch, Microbiologist and lawyer

Please leave your details below to let us know if you (and any people you might like to bring) are attending:

Many thanks to the Cape Town Science Centre and their Science Out Loud programme for hosting our event.