No, not just each being legendary. Yoko Ono (as pictured) offers a hint from New York, and here’s the video with Jeff Duff and Leo Sayer (among other legends and their neighbours) with an Aussie punch about it:
This vid summons the Lock the Gate campaign: “a national coalition of community groups from across Australia who are uniting to protect our common heritage – our land, water and future – from reckless coal and gas expansions” – i.e., fracking (or “CSG” as we’re being told to more politely, quietly, put it.)
FACT CHECK: [from New Scientist, 10 Aug 2013:]
… Studies are suggesting fracking [pumping water at high pressure into shale beds to release trapped gas] could accelerate climate change, rather than slow it. … benefit is illusory. … [A] recent study [showed] that substituting gas for coal increases rather than decreases the rate of warming for many decades. … [S]witching from coal to gas could only bring benefits this century if leakage rates get below 2%. If rates are at 10% – the top end of the current US estimates – the gas would deliver extra warming until the mid-22nd century.
A recent review by the UN Environment Programme agreed that emissions from fracking and other unconventional sources of natural gas could boost warming initially, and would be comparable to coal over a 100-year timescale. [p.6]
[T]he worry is that, seduced by a false promise of cheap, plentiful energy from shale gas, we will cut back on investment in truly green, renewable alternatives. If so, as the costs and emissions associated with shale gas rise in the future, as they inevitably will, we will end up on a costly bridge to nowhere. [p.36]
+ Then it’s not just about climate change, as Yoko Ono explains here.