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Un.Earthed | NO FRACKING FRANCE

Un.Earthed

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"... Je suis debout à centaines de miles de Capitol ou de Wall Street et à des milliers de miles de ceux qui débattent de l'avenir énergétique de l'Afrique du Sud.
Mais ce soir, je souhaite que les actionnaires de l'industrie gazière ou les politiciens soient là pour sentir, entendre, voir, sentir ce que je suis entrain d'appréhender de mes rencontres en Pennsylvanie et de toutes ces familles fracturées sur le long du chemin de l'exploitation du shale gas.
C'est irrespirable à plusieurs niveaux. " Jolynn Minnaar, réalisatrice.

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Publiée par No Fracking France , le 19 mai 2012,

 

Après plus de plus d'un an de recherches et un tournage qui l'a amené à parcourir les Etats-Unis , Jolynn Minnaar , originaire d'Afrique du Sud, est sur le point de sortir son documentaire " Un.earthead" . Ce film a recueilli de nombreux témoignages à charge sur le développement du gaz naturel et la méthode de la fracturation hydraulique («fracking»).

Extrait :

Unearthed - The Documentary: Coming Soon from Unearthed on Vimeo.

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Fin Janvier 2011, la production a commencé sur ce documentaire sud-africain très attendu. Une production entièrement indépendante, enquête sur le développement du gaz de schiste , la méthode de la fracturation hydraulique ("fracking") et de son éventuelle mise en œuvre en Afrique du Sud.

Après le tournage en Afrique du Sud, le Royaume-Uni, le Canada et les États-Unis au cours de ces deux dernières années, le documentaire est actuellement dans sa phase finale de post-production et sa sortie est prévue dans le premier semestre 2013.

 

 

Jolynn Minnaar, est une sud-africaine, attachée à la Région du "Karoo", "Trésor sauvage" , et zone préservée d'Afrique du Sud. Jolynn fait des vagues avec son nouveau documentaire controversé sur la fracturation hydraulique, "Unearthed".

Tony Sanderson s'est entretenu avec la charismatique Jolynn, pour en savoir plus sur les risques environnementaux de cette méthode sensible de forage qui pourrait bientôt être une réalité dans le Karoo !

Sortie de : Un. earthed , en juin 2013....

En attendant : http://www.un-earthed.com/blog/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rappelons que le Prix Environnement : Goldman Prize , "Afrique du Sud", a été attribué à notre ami, Jonathan Deal pour sa campagne , anti Fracking , dans la Région sauvage et préservée du Karroo .

Discours de Jonathan Deal, lors de la remise des Prix Goldman.
Jonathan Deal Prix Goldman 2013 pour sa Campagne anti-fracking dans la Région du Karoo en Afrique du Sud.

 

 

2013 Prize: Q&A with Jonathan Deal

23 April 2013 | By Goldman Staff

 

Jonathan Deal led a successful campaign against fracking in South Africa to protect the Karoo, a semi-desert region treasured for its agriculture, beauty and wildlife.

What is life like in the Karoo?

I think there’s a misperception that the Karoo is a ‘throwaway’ place, somewhere that can be easily exploited; because it is dry and arid, people assume it’s not good farmland. I believe this is why Shell underestimated the will of the people and the people’s spiritual connection to the land. But in fact, the Karoo is home to diverse communities and industries. The Karoo is a big producer of meat and vegetables for South Africa. It is one of the biggest mohair export regions in the world, and also produces wine, olives, honey and leatherwork.

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How did you learn about Shell’s plans to begin fracking in the Karoo, and what drove you to stop it?

I opened the local newspaper in January 2011 and there was an article about South African business tycoon Johann Rupert having a go at Shell about a new gas station in a town in central Karoo and Shell’s plans to bring fracking to South Africa. I realized there was more to fracking than I had thought – that Shell was behind it, it was a significant threat.

On the spur of the moment I called a national talk radio station and got on air and said that I didn’t think it was a good idea. I didn’t know much about fracking but my instinct was telling me that it was something that should not be pushed into South Africa in a hurry.

Then, I phoned a professor from the University of the Free State I met at a Karoo development conference, and told her what I thought. As a result, when other people asked her about fracking, she told them that I was coordinating a campaign and directed them to me – so by default, I ended up in a leadership position without realizing what was happening.

You succeeded in getting the government to issue a moratorium on fracking; however, that moratorium has since been lifted – why do you think this happened and what’s been your response?

The moratorium was lifted because of internal pressures in the ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC). Through the Batho Batho Trust, the ANC has a shareholding interest of more than 20 percent each in Shell’s retail business and Shell marketing in South Africa. It places our government in a very invidious situation where they are both the player and the referee.

When they lifted the moratorium, the Minister of Minerals would not share with us the information on their task team that was set up to investigate fracking, so we sued her in October 2011 and succeeded in obtaining a court order compelling her to give us the information. If the minister decides to issue exploratory licenses, we have developed a legal and scientific document that will lay the foundation for us to approach the High Court, and then the Constitutional Court, with an appeal to suspend the licenses.

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How do you respond to claims that drilling in the Karoo would improve South Africa’s economy, create jobs and solve the country’s energy crisis?

It is debatable how sustainable the shale gas industry actually is. Industry studies in the U.S. have shown that wells dry up after three to four years on average, and that they operate at only 15-20 percent of their initial yield after just 12 months. Additionally, the people that need jobs the most do not have the technical qualifications to secure long-term jobs in the shale gas industry.

The impact on South Africa’s water resources would also be enormous. It’s not just a question of where we would get the vast amounts of water needed for fracking. A big issue is that most of South Africa’s water comes from underground aquifers – and the gas companies have not figured out how to drill through and past the aquifers to get to the underlying shale formations without polluting the water.

There is also the problem of fracking waste water. The oil companies say they will be able to recycle the water, but in reality, after you’ve recycled the water three times, it will be contaminated and radioactive, and there is no good way to dispose of it.
http://www.goldmanprize.org/blog/2013-prize-qa-jonathan-deal

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