From Cat Rowland, CPRE <[email protected]>
Subject We did it! Fracking ban reinstated
Date November 12, 2022 10:01 AM
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[[link removed]]CAMPAIGNS UPDATE
November 2022

Dear John

In his first week as Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak reinstated the ban on fracking
after the moratorium was lifted by his predecessor, Liz Truss.

This is a huge campaign win for us at CPRE and your actions helped make a
difference – whether you signed the petition, wrote to your MP or spoke out on
social media. Thank you for being a part of it
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But the fight against ongoing threats to our countryside continues. With COP27
progressing, we’re calling on Rishi Sunak to not cop out of the net zero future
our countryside depends on and stop the Cumbrian coal mine from going ahead.
Scroll down to get our full comment below.

During autumn, there's still plenty of wildlife to spot on your walks in your
local countryside or green space. From busy hedgehogs to starling murmurations
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As the festive season approaches, we wanted to let you know that this year, you
can buy or send an e-card to support our work. Every personalised card or e-card
you send will make a difference - find out more below.

Now the nights are growing longer and darker, stargazing season is upon us and
it'll soon be time for our annual Star Count
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2023, so please save the date for your diaries!


CPRE has long campaigned against fracking, and this year we launched an
explosive petition to ensure local voices were heard that garnered over 80,000
signatures. Thank you for helping us send a clear message to government: local
communities didn’t accept fracking in 2019, and won’t in 2022.

Find out more
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Just days before the start of COP27, the government decided to delay its
decision on the Cumbrian coal mine for a third time. With the climate crisis
presenting the biggest threat to our countryside, opening the first coal mine in
30 years would be a regressive, damaging move. It also contradicts the
government’s own pledge to invest in green infrastructure, achieve net zero and
permanently phase out coal.

Read more
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During November, autumn gently ebbs away as the last of the leaves fall. Towards
the end of the month, much of our natural world breathes a deep sigh before
their winter rest. But, before that happens, there’s still plenty of wildlife
activity. Read on to find out more.

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This year you can raise vital funds for our work by buying cards, or sending
e-cards, from the Making a Difference website. We’ve signed up with them so you
can order whatever design you want – whether for Christmas, Hannukah or just to
send your good wishes. Go to our page on the Making a Difference website and
choose your design.

Find out more
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Becoming a member is the best way to support a beautiful, thriving countryside
for all. We put your money to good use, collaborating with communities and
holding government to account for positive change and a sustainable countryside.
You can be a part of the movement by giving as little as £3.

Join today
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Best wishes,


Cat Rowland

Digital Engagement Officer


CPRE is funded by donations from people like you. Together, we can help our
beautiful countryside thrive, for everyone’s benefit - now and for generations
to come.

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