We have a presumption against fracking on our land because natural gas is a fossil gas.
The mining process on land not owned by us could also give rise to potential environmental and landscape impacts and we would object if they adversely affected our places.
Carbon capture and storage technology might one day address the greenhouse gas problems of burning a fossil fuel but this is still a long way off. If evidence becomes available regarding our environmental and landscape concerns relating to the extraction process, that might address these. Evidence about the impacts of fracking may therefore change over time but until that happens, we fundamentally object to fracking on our land.