Author Archives: Clare Chamberlain

04 Jun
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Fortescue/Andrew Forrest lose High Court appeal over Yindjibarndi native title

ABC News Indigenous affairs correspondent Isabella Higgins and the Specialist Reporting Team’s Nick Sas 29 May 2020 Fortescue and Andrew Forrest lose High Court appeal over exclusive native title of WA’s Yindjibarndi people The head of an Aboriginal corporation in ...

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04 Jun
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A single mega-project exposes the Morrison government’s gas plan as staggering folly

The Conversation, May 27, 2020 Bill Hare: Director, Climate Analytics, Adjunct Professor, Murdoch University (Perth), Visiting scientist, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research Ursula Fuentes: Murdoch University Every few years, the idea that gas will help Australia transition to a zero-emissions economy seems ...

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04 Jun
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Destruction of Aboriginal heritage site at Juukan Gorge, Pilbara

Friends of Australian Rock Art Inc. (FARA) Statement – 31.5.2020 Destruction of Aboriginal heritage site at Juukan Gorge, Pilbara Like so many Australians, Friends of Australian Rock Art is appalled by Rio Tinto’s recent action in destroying an ancient and ...

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20 May
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May Newsletter

May 2020 newsletter

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20 May
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Perdaman’s proposed Urea Plant – submit your opposition

Perdaman Urea Project We call you on, yet again, to make a submission against Perdaman’s proposed Urea Plant (on the Burrup). This is due by Monday 22 June 2020. View the project documents and click on ‘#3 Assessment’ and then ‘Environmental ...

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19 May
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$70m injection for Yara International’s Burrup fertiliser plant after solid loss

The West Australian Sean Smith 14 May 2020 Yara International’s Burrup fertilisers plant in the Pilbara has borrowed $70 million from its Norwegian parent to support it through the next six months after a third consecutive annual loss. Read more ...

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19 May
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WA pushes Pilbara LNG fuelling hub

The Australian Pipeliner 10 May 2020 The Western Australia Government will offer LNG vessels at Pilbara a discount in port dues to establish the region as a global fuelling hub. The McGowan Government will offer a 50 per cent discount ...

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19 May
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Why is the Covid commission backing a fertiliser plant as its top recovery project?

The Guardian Australia Anne Davies Sun 3 May 2020 The Guardian reports on apparent conflict of interest when the chair of the National Covid Coordination Commission ‘singled out an ammonia plant at the top of the list of projects to ...

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06 May
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Act now: tell Woodside to be part of the solution rather than the problem

Last week, Woodside was hit with a record-breaking investor push to act on climate change. More than 50 per cent of investors backed motions for Woodside to commit to hard targets to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and its significant ...

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05 May
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Singing to support Ancient Rock Art

Carmel Charlton has released ‘Ancient Rock Art‘, an emotionally charged song about the Murujuga Ancient Rock Art after hearing about it on Radio National. Carmen has generously agreed to share it with FARA, Her YouTube Clip includes stunning image and ...

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