Environmental activists have pursued the cycling team that is supported by the Ineos. The bikers previously known as Team Sky are participating in the Tour de Yorkshire, and strikers assembled at the team bus at the commencement of the event in Doncaster. The demonstration comes after Friends of the Earth released an open report to group principal Sir Dave Brailford, blaming multinational chemical Ineos of employing sport to greenwash its reputation given its awareness in fracking and its position as a large manufacturer of plastic. However, Sir Dave was flippant and ridiculed the size of the march.
Anti-Fracking been a Significant Concern to the Ineos
The Ineos leader said he had to pursue them first since he could not locate them. The 15,000 group that was to confront them did not occur. Queries concerning fracking and plastics governed the Team Ineos launch seminar, which took place last week at a faraway pub in North Yorkshire. The British-registered group is known as Team Ineos as of last week after the movement traded to the UK’s wealthiest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who is the chairman for Ineos. Anti-fracking bands were among the many protestors who waved posters outside the team bus where the launching stage of the race to Selby was expected to start on 2nd May.
Future Fracking Feared to Take Place
Ms Gibsob, one of the demonstrators, said that various villages in the region are scheduled for fracking soon. Elizabeth Clifton, a resident of Misson, also noted that she has been protesting for quite some time over expected projects in her area, and labelled the Tour de Yorkshire as a token for strikers. The criticizers noted that the amount of water required for fracking is disastrous for the environment and releases haphazard chemicals. The government should instead aim at renewable energy. Until then, protesters will not stop their cause.