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MEDIA RELEASE: ‘Who wants CSG?’ campaign launch

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Everyday Australian people, tired of industry increasingly using big-budget campaigns aimed at deceiving Australians on issues of critical importance to Australia's future, decided to spend a weekend building a more honest version of the 'We Want CSG' campaign website, which has now just gone live Produced by the Australian Parody Production… Read More

Clean energy is taking our jobs!

Friday, September 16th, 2011
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Old parties back coal seam gas over farmers

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

The Greens motion for a moratorium on coal seam gas until its long-term impacts are better understood was roundly defeated as the old parties caved in to powerful multi-national interests in the Senate. Greens mining spokesperson, Queensland Senator Larissa Waters, said the Australian public have a right to feel betrayed by the National, Liberal and Labor senators who… Read More

Another gas blow out on the Downs proves residents’ concerns are legitimate

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

The Queensland Greens have responded to the latest blowout from a gas well-head on private property on the Darling Downs by repeating the call for a moratorium to allow full health and other studies to be undertaken. ‘QGC have publicly released information about this incident on the same day that Queensland Greens Senator Waters is moving a motion for… Read More

Good waste policy undermined by coal seam gas mining

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

The Queensland Greens today used the opportunity to appear before the state parliament’s Environment, Agriculture, Resources and Energy Committee to object to provisions in a new Waste Reduction and Recycling Bill which will allow treated coal seam gas mining water to be released to Queensland… Read More

PR spin on coal seam gas to be closely watched

Monday, September 5th, 2011

Any false claims made by the public relations campaign to put a positive spin on coal seam gas will be immediately reported to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Australian Greens spokesperson for mining Senator Larissa Waters said today. The campaign was announced yesterday by the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA),… Read More

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