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Find out why people just like you are locking their gate and becoming involved to stop unconventional mining in our region.
The Weekly has uploaded the Bulga segment so you can watch and share. I had a great laugh : you either laugh or you cry!
Boiling Point on Landline on 16th March 2015 PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: Northern Territory pastoralists are the most unprotected in the country when it comes to their rights in facing up to mining and exploration companies. For years, they’ve been pushing for better protection and a bolstering of legislation. But nothing has happened and tensions are […]
Need a bit of a laugh with all this worrying fracking talk going on? Watch this video for a lighthearted look at what is going on in our country
We’ve seen it before (like in Gasland Part II), scientific evidence proves that drilling and fracking contaminated ground water, but then the industry swoops in with their misinformation campaigns and pressure on regulatory agencies, and suddenly there’s a new set of “facts” to debate. Our video of the week shows that the Lispky family is […]
The campaign to stop gas exploration in the state’s South East is building momentum with seven local councils backing a moratorium in a meeting at Naracoorte. Michelle Vella reports on Channel 7 news. Watch the news video here
Watch this video from Earth Focus on the risks of extracting gas via fracking
This video explains what fracking is in easy to understand terms and discusses the positives and minuses Click here to watch the video “What is Hydraulic Fracturing?”
Speech by Penny Wright | Environment & Biodiversity / Resources, Mining & CSG on 6th March 2014 “With unconventional mining spreading its tentacles across Australia, it has been extremely heartening to see civil society come into action, with strong and diverse alliances across sectors and the community to protect what we know we must protect […]
Watch the Landline Segment here PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: One issue that seems to polarise farming communities more than most others is coal seam gas. An economic saviour to some, others fear the long-term damage the industry could do to underground water supplies. The latest front in this ongoing battle is South Australia, with a proposal […]
Water bursting into flames, people felled by mysterious afflictions, corporate malfeasance: Josh Fox’s GasLand is neither a horror film nor a paranoid thriller, but it’s one of the scariest movies of the year. A low-budget, first person independent documentary, the movie is about the allegedly extensive and officially ignored environmental impact felt across a swathe […]
Coal seam gas a ‘human rights’ issue – click here for the Farmer John Fenton radio interview A Wyoming rancher turned anti-‘fracking’ activist says that Australia needs to reconsider its use of coal seam gas. John Fenton argues that the gas is unsafe and the process of drilling for it damages rural communities and the […]
A great video that explains the unconventional mining invasion taking over Australia. Understand what threatens our way of life and our future. Watch The Fractured Country video
Protect in Naracoorte Feb 7th 2014
The Sky is Pink Video – follow up to GasLands movie 6% of well casings fail in the first year… allowing gas to contaminate the aquifer. These casings need to last FOREVER, yet they start failing from the very get go. Watch the original GasLands movie
Click here to view the video of the Penola Jan 2014 Protest
Hydraulic fracturing or fracking is a mining technique that’s created controversy interstate. In the South East, one mining company is looking for tight and shale gas, with the first exploratory drilling expected to begin next month. It’s the first time the practice has been considered in one of the State’s agricultural areas and the controversial […]
Radio Interviews of Robe / Kingston residents in response to Beach Resources presentation – Sept 2013