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Post Ian R Crane FRACKtured FUTURE 26/10/2013

It Doesn't Have to be This Way!

Waterlooville Talk - 7.30pm - Sat 26th Oct 2013
Lovedean Village Hall
160 Lovedean Lane

Advance Tickets £5 http://ianrcrane.com/index.php?route...product_id=288 Tickets will be available on the door.PARKING-Plenty of parking at the hall.

"Are we in danger of condemning our Children to lives of abject misery?"

Former oilfield executive Ian R Crane has engaged industry sources and independent researchers to lay the foundations for his investigations into fracking – mining of shale and coal seam gas. In “Fractured Future – It doesn’t have to be this way”, a nationwide speaking tour, Ian asks whether this ‘miracle’ of nature really will be the solution to our nation’s problems? Is it going to be the best thing for us since North Sea gas, or are there hidden dangers which could impact upon communities in ways which need open discussion?
Across the UK, a backdrop of unemployment, national debt and austerity is creating a distraction from more long-term problems. While such issues will take decades to address, the potential hazards brewing in the background, which the wider public remain complacent about, are likely to take centuries to put right. Ian considers whether corporate profits are being put ahead of the health, safety and the well-being of our natural environment. We are subjected to increasing restrictions on food choices and health choices, all in the name of protecting us. We have more surveillance and monitoring to safeguard us, and further restrictions on the media are forthcoming. Are such actions justified, and considering our safety is being seen as paramount in these areas, will fracking be subjected to equal levels of caution?
'FRACKtured FUTURE' will provide an understanding of the Drilling & Fracking process along with an examination of the issues which have impacted upon communities in the USA, Canada and Australia as a result of the Shale Gas/Coal Bed Methane industy moving into the area. The UK Government is mounting a media campaign in an attempt to convince the population of the UK that there is NO RISK, yet also offers 'financial incentives' to communities embracing the intrusion of the gas companies. Ian presents irrefutable evidence from the US and Australia and ecourages people to decide for themselves whether this is an appropriate industry for our densely populated island.
Our national debt has risen by 4%, from 82% to 86% of our Gross Domestic Product, despite all the austerity measures put in place – creating a Trillion Dollar Debt. As experts will tell you, once it goes beyond 100% (where UK debt will be more than annual turnover) our problems will escalate. Is fracking a short-term gain for a long-term loss? A credit crunch turned into an environmental crunch, while bankers’ bonuses continue to escalate?
Prior to becoming an Independent Analyst, Ian R Crane had two decades of experience in the oil and gas industries as a Schlumberger executive, working and living in the UK, Mainland Europe, Middle East & North America
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