A new report suggest that stereotypes persist, writes Samira Shackle
We live in a random universe, explains Marcus Chown
We need to listen to those who don’t want shale gas exploration on their doorsteps, says Ewa Jasiewicz.
Predictions about the benefits and threats of fracking in the UK based on US experiences can lead to misinformation and inaccuracies in the debate, warn Joseph Dutton & Michael Bradshaw.
The fracking debate cuts to the heart of key questions on environmental targets and the UK's economic future. It's vital that political decisions are based on a rational assessment of the evidence, says Labour MP Angela Smith
Adam Smith has some questions for people on both sides of the argument.
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