Alan Jones interviews Tom Marland (Qld lawyer)

Queensland lawyer Tom Marland talks to Alan Jones about the battle being waged between farmers and the mining companies in Queensland. http://www.2gb.com/audioplayer/9845

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Cotton growers voice concerns over CSG

Farmers and activists are furiously lobbying cross-bench members of the NSW Upper House over planned changes to the Petroleum Act and are demanding more protections around legal costs, entry permits

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Test your bores, landholders in gas fields advised

A new online mapping tool which identifies the locations of existing CSG wells in Queensland has helped to highlight just how large and concentrated the industry’s footprint has become in

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Water Contamination from Fracking: Jessica Ernst Releases Groundbreaking Report

The culmination of ten years of research, the 93-page report is sure to cause a stir with the energy sector and its critics. Groundwater contamination has been a key concern

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Well of Truth

This is a collection of videos capturing the personal and environmental consequences of CSG mining. Hear first hand the stories of people who have been directly impacted by rushed assessment

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Mining’s contribution / Water a priority

This is a scanned copy of two letters to the editor which were published in the Gloucester Advocate on 1st May 2013: Mining’s contribution – by Dr. Richard Denniss, Executive

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Peer Review of Interim Protocol for Site Verification and Mapping of BSAL

This is a copy of Soil Scientist Robert Banks’ peer review of the Interim Protocol for Site Verification and Mapping of Biophysical Strategic Agricultural Lands. Robert Banks has sent this

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Is the coal industry economically worthless?

A report released on April 24 by the Australian coal industry, Adding value to the Australian Economy, unsurprisingly documents only one side of the ledger. It is perhaps more surprising

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More risks than benefits in CSG

Article by Bob Katter – What do you call an industry that doesn’t create many job opportunities, doesn’t provide significant revenue for the economy and destroys structural homeland industries through

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LNP elder calls for investigation of CSG whistleblower claims

Former Queensland bureaucrat Simone Marsh has told the Four Corners program she was forced to rush assessments of major coal seam gas projects in a process which put commercial outcomes

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