It a process supporters say has been safely used for decades.Critics blame fracking for groundwater contamination, air pollution and increased earthquakes.Newfoundland and Labrador blocked any related applications in 2013, pending a review, after a proposal to frack for oil near Gros Morne National Park touched off intense public debate.are concerns that industrial activity around Gros Morne National Park could threaten its designation as a UNESCO world heritage site or could negatively impact the enclave communities around the park that have developed a tourism industry based largely on Gros Morne, says the panel report.appropriate buffer zone around Gros Morne National Park must be established. That should be taken before fracking is allowed should also include assessing potential health effects, greenhouse gas emissions and a modern seismic study of the Green Point Shale south of Gros Morne, says the report.On Friday, Canada was once again urged in a draft decision by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee to act on its 2014 call for a buffer zone around the park famous cliffs, fjords and hiking trails.Simon Jansen of the Newfoundland and Labrador Fracking Awareness Network said there are better, renewable energy options.confirms all the uncertainties that we have been pointing out, he said of the review panel.many people have created a living around sustainable tourism. Even if fracking can be done in whatever shape or form, is this a good fit for the existing lifestyle with respect to fisheries and tourism? report offers a graduated series of several other recommendations when and if the province lifts its current on fracking.

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The state government has admitted that there is soil erosion in a part of Girgaum Chowpatty and steps are being taken to study what caused the erosion and within a year it would be rectified. The court, last week, had directed a joint inspection of the area. It was submitted to the court, which said the Central Water and Power Research Station (Pune), will carry out the study in six months and then tenders will be issued by the Public works department for restoration as per the recommendations..