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Anti-fracking protest, sign attached to hedge, Balcombe, West Sussex, England. 19th August 2013.
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90720501 Anti-fracking protest, sign attached to hedge, Balcombe, West Sussex, England. 19th August 2013.© Adrian Davies
Coal-fired power station next to the Humber Estuary, Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire, England, UK, January  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90674793 Coal-fired power station next to the Humber Estuary, Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire, England, UK, January© Alex Hyde / NPL
Digger moving coal between heaps Yorkshire, UK, January 2014  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90674737 Digger moving coal between heaps Yorkshire, UK, January 2014© Alex Hyde / NPL
Coal heap, Yorkshire, UK, January 2014  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90674719 Coal heap, Yorkshire, UK, January 2014© Alex Hyde / NPL
Refuelling CASA planes, Davis icecap, Antarctica February 2007
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90853013 Refuelling CASA planes, Davis icecap, Antarctica February 2007©
Aerial refuelling of Dumont d'Urville station, Antarctica. December 2014
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90853002 Aerial refuelling of Dumont d'Urville station, Antarctica. December 2014©
Refuelling activities for aviation, each year large volumes of Jet A1 fuel are shipped to Antarctica then delivered to runways, Davis station, Antarctica February 2007
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90852997 Refuelling activities for aviation, each year large volumes of Jet A1 fuel are shipped to Antarctica then delivered to runways, Davis station, Antarctica February 2007©
Smoke rising from chimneys of coal fired power plant. Page, Coconino County, Arizona, USA. December 2018.
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90851377 Smoke rising from chimneys of coal fired power plant. Page, Coconino County, Arizona, USA. December 2018.©
Marcellus shale, from Marcellus New York, natural gas bearing rock, gas extracted using controvercial fracking or hydrolic fracturing
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90848749 Marcellus shale, from Marcellus New York, natural gas bearing rock, gas extracted using controvercial fracking or hydrolic fracturing©
Marcellus shale, source rock of huge quantities of natural gas, and used for fracking, near Marcellus, New York, USA, October 2013.
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90848695 Marcellus shale, source rock of huge quantities of natural gas, and used for fracking, near Marcellus, New York, USA, October 2013.©
Marcellus shale, source rock of huge quantities of natural gas, and used for fracking, near Marcellus, New York, USA, October 2013.
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90848694 Marcellus shale, source rock of huge quantities of natural gas, and used for fracking, near Marcellus, New York, USA, October 2013.©
Geologist investigating Marcellus shale, source rock of huge quantities of natural gas, and used for fracking, near Marcellus, New York, USA, October 2013.
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90848693 Geologist investigating Marcellus shale, source rock of huge quantities of natural gas, and used for fracking, near Marcellus, New York, USA, October 2013.©
Coal mining, Lightening Ridge, New South Wales, Australia
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90846129 Coal mining, Lightening Ridge, New South Wales, Australia©
Coal ash from a coal-fired power plant,d used as aggregate on roadways in the town of Provideniya, Russia.
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90842723 Coal ash from a coal-fired power plant,d used as aggregate on roadways in the town of Provideniya, Russia.© Jenny E. Ross
Large piles of coal and coal ash lie on the ground at the Port of Provideniya, very close to the water's edge, at the shore of Komsoloskaya Bay , Bering Sea, Russia.
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90842722 Large piles of coal and coal ash lie on the ground at the Port of Provideniya, very close to the water's edge, at the shore of Komsoloskaya Bay , Bering Sea, Russia.© Jenny E. Ross
Harbour cranes and container ship docked in the Antwerp harbour / port, Flanders, Belgium. December 2018
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90827348 Harbour cranes and container ship docked in the Antwerp harbour / port, Flanders, Belgium. December 2018© Philippe Clement
Aerial view of a flooded farm with straw bales covered with white sheeting, surrounded by fuel oil in the water, Fishlake, South Yorkshire, UK. November 2019.
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90821769 Aerial view of a flooded farm with straw bales covered with white sheeting, surrounded by fuel oil in the water, Fishlake, South Yorkshire, UK. November 2019.© David Woodfall
Aerial view of a flooded farm with straw bales covered with white sheeting, surrounded by fuel oil in the water, Fishlake, South Yorkshire, UK. November 2019.
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90821766 Aerial view of a flooded farm with straw bales covered with white sheeting, surrounded by fuel oil in the water, Fishlake, South Yorkshire, UK. November 2019.© David Woodfall
Hand dug peat in stacks, collected by hand, for domestic use. North Uist, Scotland, UK, June.
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90815177 Hand dug peat in stacks, collected by hand, for domestic use. North Uist, Scotland, UK, June.© David Woodfall
Placard above the crowd during Extinction Rebellion demonstration to draw attention to climate change. Five bridges across the Thames blocked by protest. Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, Eng...
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90804705 Placard above the crowd during Extinction Rebellion demonstration to draw attention to climate change. Five bridges across the Thames blocked by protest. Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, Eng...© David Woodfall
Oil rig sihouetted at dawn. Moray Firth, Scotland, UK.
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90804194 Oil rig sihouetted at dawn. Moray Firth, Scotland, UK.© SCOTLAND: The Big Picture
Oil rig sihouetted at dawn. Moray Firth, Scotland, UK.
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90804193 Oil rig sihouetted at dawn. Moray Firth, Scotland, UK.© SCOTLAND: The Big Picture
Peat extraction in moorland bog showing stacks of harvested peat drying to be used as traditional fuel, Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK, May 2018
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90801274 Peat extraction in moorland bog showing stacks of harvested peat drying to be used as traditional fuel, Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK, May 2018© Philippe Clement
Peat extraction in moorland bog showing stacks of harvested peat drying to be used as traditional fuel, Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK, May 2018
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90801273 Peat extraction in moorland bog showing stacks of harvested peat drying to be used as traditional fuel, Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK, May 2018© Philippe Clement
Dry cattle dung, collected in a plastic bucket by Mongolian herdsmen, to use as fuel, Inner Mongolia, China. This is the main source of heat during the winter in these open grassland steppes.
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90800475 Dry cattle dung, collected in a plastic bucket by Mongolian herdsmen, to use as fuel, Inner Mongolia, China. This is the main source of heat during the winter in these open grassland steppes.© Staffan Widstrand / Wild Wonders of China
A PDC (polycrystalline diamond compact) type oil field drill bit on one othe Kimmeridge ledges. Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset, UK, March. The ledges are hard Jurassic age, carbonate rich horizons of Limetone...
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90795756 A PDC (polycrystalline diamond compact) type oil field drill bit on one othe Kimmeridge ledges. Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset, UK, March. The ledges are hard Jurassic age, carbonate rich horizons of Limetone...© Graham Eaton
Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.
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90792715 Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.© Adrian Davies
Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.
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90792714 Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.© Adrian Davies
Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.
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90792713 Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.© Adrian Davies
Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.
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90792712 Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.© Adrian Davies
Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.
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90792711 Anti-fracking sign, Leith Hill, Surrey, England, UK, September 2018.© Adrian Davies
Outcrop of banded Chert, part of the Carboniferous, Pentre Chert formation, Halkyn, Wales, UK. January. The Chert is silicified Limestone, made up in part of micro organism Radiolaria. This is one of...
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90791291 Outcrop of banded Chert, part of the Carboniferous, Pentre Chert formation, Halkyn, Wales, UK. January. The Chert is silicified Limestone, made up in part of micro organism Radiolaria. This is one of...© Graham Eaton
Outcrop of banded Chert, part of the Carboniferous, Pentre Chert formation, Halkyn, Wales, UK. January. The Chert is silicified Limestone, made up in part of micro organism Radiolaria. This is one of...
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90791290 Outcrop of banded Chert, part of the Carboniferous, Pentre Chert formation, Halkyn, Wales, UK. January. The Chert is silicified Limestone, made up in part of micro organism Radiolaria. This is one of...© Graham Eaton
A scrap metal dump in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788864 A scrap metal dump in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The irony of solar powered CCTV  at Shell's Albian sands tar sands mine. The tar sands are the largest industrial project on the planet, and the world's most environmentally destructive. The synthetic...
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90788618 The irony of solar powered CCTV at Shell's Albian sands tar sands mine. The tar sands are the largest industrial project on the planet, and the world's most environmentally destructive. The synthetic...© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788530 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788529 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands deposits exposed in the side of the Athabasca River, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788528 Tar sands deposits exposed in the side of the Athabasca River, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Groundwater testing point north of Fort McMurray, the centre of the Alberta tar sands industry. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788527 Groundwater testing point north of Fort McMurray, the centre of the Alberta tar sands industry. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Air pollution from the Syncrude upgrader plant which processes tar sand for the production of synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788526 Air pollution from the Syncrude upgrader plant which processes tar sand for the production of synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Air pollution from the Syncrude upgrader plant which processes tar sand for the production of synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788525 Air pollution from the Syncrude upgrader plant which processes tar sand for the production of synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788524 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788523 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
American buffalo (Bison bison) grazing on land reclaimed from a former tar sands mine at Syncrude Mildred Lake, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, USA. August.
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90788521 American buffalo (Bison bison) grazing on land reclaimed from a former tar sands mine at Syncrude Mildred Lake, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, USA. August.© Ashley Cooper
American buffalo (Bison bison) grazing  on land reclaimed from a former tar sands mine at Syncrude Mildred Lake, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, USA. August.
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90788520 American buffalo (Bison bison) grazing on land reclaimed from a former tar sands mine at Syncrude Mildred Lake, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, USA. August.© Ashley Cooper
Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment.  August 2012
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90788519 Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment.  August 2012
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90788518 Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788517 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Shell Scotforth plant which takes bitumen extracted from the tar sands and adds hydrogen to it to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788516 The Shell Scotforth plant which takes bitumen extracted from the tar sands and adds hydrogen to it to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Bitumen from tar sands leaching out in a road cutting. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788515 Bitumen from tar sands leaching out in a road cutting. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
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