A gorgeous stretch of coastline, Druridge Bay in Northumberland, faces desecration by a mining company desperate to gouge out three million tonnes of coal.
For the past three weeks Friends of the Earth and local residents have been taking part in a historic Public Inquiry to try to stop the coal mine.
But it’s now over to the Secretary of State to decide whether to approve it – or set a stunning precedent and leave coal in the ground.
As we await the decision, we need to keep up the pressure. Help us by writing to the new Secretary of State.
10,600 people have taken action so far. Please help us reach 15,000
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