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Whistleblower on environmental impact statements

ABC report on whistleblower about flawed EIS for CSG projects

(2.4.13): ‘A whistleblower says the environmental impact assessment of Australia’s two biggest coal seam gas developments were fundamentally flawed. Former Queensland government environmental specialist Simone Marsh has told the Four Corners that she and her colleagues were expected to assess two Queensland projects totalling 38 billion dollars without enough time or basic information. Scientists from Southern Cross University say CSG may not be cleaner or greener than other fossil fuel industries.’

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