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Britain approves huge, controversial oil and gas field in the North Sea

The British government approved the development of a huge oil and gas field in the North Sea Wednesday, sealing its commitment to keep producing fossil fuels for decades to come. The Rosebank field, situated northwest of Shetland in Scotland and majority-owned by Norwegian state-owned energy company Equinor, is the largest undeveloped oil and gas field in the North Sea, with the potential to produce 500 million barrels of oil. https://www.cnn.com/2023/09/27/energy/rosebank-oil-gas-field-britain-climate-intl/index.html

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    • Ann Nyambura

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      It's essential for the government to consider the long-term environmental impact of such decisions.

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      • Lucinda Ramsay

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        Great Britain not so great idea.

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        • Rashid Kamau

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          Why don't we unite and move forward to phase out fossil fuels?

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          • Grace Njeri

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            Investing in more fossil fuels will not decrease the prices of energy in the UK, but it will harm the planet for generations to come.

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            • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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              The approval of a large oil and gas field in the North Sea by the British government raises concerns regarding the commitment to combat climate change. The decision to continue producing fossil fuels for decades contradicts the urgent need to transition towards cleaner and more sustainable energy sources. It is crucial for governments to prioritize renewable energy investments and accelerate efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to effectively address the challenges posed by climate change

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              • walter lungayi

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                The approval of the Rosebank oil and gas field in the North Sea by the British government highlights their continued reliance on fossil fuels, despite growing concerns about climate change. So heartbreaking.

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