Local resident Kip Parker protests against “fracking” from the comfort of an armchair in the village of Balcombe in southern England. Demonstrators have set up camp in the village in opposition to exploratory drilling by Cuadrilla Resources.
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Police officers arrest protesters outside a drill site operated by Cuadrilla Resources on Monday in Balcombe, West Sussex, UK. The protesters, who continue to gather outside the plant, oppose fracking, the controversial method of extracting energy out of the ground. Hundreds of the climate change activists have promised 48 hours of “direct action” against the energy group
A demonstrator holds an anti-fracking sign as police escort a lorry to a drilling site run by Cuadrilla Resources, outside the village of Balcombe in southeast England on Tuesday. Protesters have been blocking access to the site as part of a campaign against the fracking process used in shale gas exploration.
An activist stands outside the entrance gate of a drill site operated by Cuadrilla Resources in Crawley, West Sussex, on Friday, protesting against fracking, the controversial method of extracting energy out of the ground. Protests are also continuing in Balcombe, West Sussex.