Jessica Ernst Ireland and UK Speaking Tour 2013 Fracking Community: Actions and Omissions Speak Louder than Words

Return to Alberta March 12, reunited with Magic at midnight

2013 Ireland / UK Tour Slides – Fracking Community: Actions and Omissions Speak Louder than Words

Meg Rybicki and Jessica Ernst present on frac’ing in Dublin, Smock Alley Theatre, Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, 8 PM March 11, 2013, Republic of Ireland

We’ve had an amazing response to our planned talk with Jessica Ernst on Monday night. We had booked a space with room for 70, but by Wednesday all 70 tickets had been reserved and our waiting list was already filling up! So we’ve booked an even bigger space in The Smock Alley to hold More people! Book now to secure your place for Monday’s 6.30pm talk. The reports from around the country, where Jessica has been speaking, are of a very powerful presentation on the impact of fracking in Canada. …

The campaign against Fracking in Ireland scored a notable victory yesterday. Minister Fergus O’Dowd announced that two companies have applied for exploration licences to frack but that no decision will be made on their applications until the EPA research on Fracking is published, and considered by Government.

With the EPA research not expected until early 2015 this amounts to an effective 2-year moratorium on fracking.

Criostoir Mac Cuirc Shell to Sea and Jessica Ernst present at National University of Ireland, Maynouth, 12 Noon, March 11, 2013

Jessica Ernst Canadian Scientist Living Frac’d presents at Ireland’s Natural Resources Not for Sale Conference Gresham Hotel, Dublin March 10, 2013, Republic of Ireland

March 9, 2013:  Walk in Ashdown Forest, UK

2012 Second speaking tour Ernst in Ireland & UK, Vanessa Vine Jessica Ernst in Ashdown Forest, home of Winnie the Pooh

This afternoon, after giving her powerful “Fracking Community” presentation on International Womens’ Day in Balcombe last night, Jessica walked on Ashdown Forest, the land of Winnie the Pooh…. This evening she is already back on the Emerald Isle…. Photo by BIFF! (Britain and Ireland Frack Free)

Jessica Ernst at Victory Hall, Balcombe 70 Min. by Frackoffuk, March 8, 2013, United Kingdom

“Nobody came to me and said, ‘here’s the choice:  light? .. or water?’ “

“When there’re hurricanes, floods, locusts, hail .. the governments help people. When you are frac’d – there’s no aftercare.”

The End of the Battle, one of the Frescos on the walls of Balcombe Victory Hall

Source: The Art of Remembering: the Neville Lytton First World War Frescos and the Balcombe Victory Hall
[The venue needed to be changed to the Victory Hall because of a norovirus outbreak at the Balcombe School Hall]

Fracking Community A Talk with Canadian Scientist Jessica Ernst at The United Reform Church, St. Georges Road, St. Annes March 7, 2013, United Kingdom

Tina Louise and Jessica Ernst during Q and A, St Annes, Lancashire UK

Jessica Ernst, Lucy Cooke and Ian Roberts at Cuadrilla’s Frac Site on March 7, Anna’s Road, Lancashire, UK

Jobs for Locals?

Jessica Ernst, Ian Roberts and Lucy Cooke, one of Cuadrilla’s straw bale walls at Anna’s Road frac site, Lancashire UK

Gary McFarlane, Director N Ireland Chartered Institute of Environmental Health and Jessica Ernst at Peter Frogatt Centre, The Queen University of Belfast March 6, 2013, Northern Ireland

Jessica Ernst at Stormont, Parliament of Northern Ireland March 6, 2013

Jessica Ernst and Steven Agnew at Stormont, March 6, 2013

Jessica Ernst in Dublin March 5, 2013, after presenting at Oireachtas Éireann, signing Application for a Licence Not to Frack Ireland

Jessica Ernst at Old Ground Hotel, Ennis, Co. Clare 71 Min. by Clare Fracking Concern, March 4, 2013, Republic of Ireland


Eddie Mitchel, Leitrim Farmer talks about fracing at Old Ground Hotel, Ennis, Co. Clare 18 Min. by Clare Fracking Concern, March 4, 2013

Jessica Ernst at Leitrim Village Community Centre Fracking Community: Actions and Omissions Speak Louder than Words March 2, 2013, Republic of Ireland

March 2, 2013, Jessica Ernst on a walk in Glenfarne after 24 hours of travel

Lough Mac Nean

Admiring clean water – a lost natural resource in Alberta

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