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Senate Inquiry: Sandra Williams (sub 11)

Senate Inquiry: Williams (sub 11)

This submission suggests that it is inappropriate for the Federal Minister to delegate approval powers to the Queensland Government because ‘It is placing at risk nationally significant water resources, which are important to the entire continent and its people and landscapes’.

‘The approval process for the development of mining projects for the export of coal and unconventional gas resources administered under a bilateral agreement with the Commonwealth is inadequate to address the risk these industries post or provide a fair go to landholders and communities’.  Read more

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