There have been a lot of news about Woodside’s Scarborough gas proposal ‘greenwashing’, and how it not only threatens the Murujuga rock art but has the potential to produce an additional 1.6 billion tonnes of emissions, equivalent to building 15 new coal power stations.

 

Find out more about the Conservation Council of WA legal challenge to this development.

 

Here are some we’re aware of – please let us know of any more.

WA Today – 3 June 2021: Country’s biggest new fossil fuel project ‘more polluting than Adani’

The Sydney Morning Herald – 3 June 2021: Woodside’s $15b gas field faces heat over emissions, rock art risk

SBS –  4 June 2021: WA gas project would threaten Indigenous rock art and produce more pollution than Adani, environmentalists warn

Mining Weekly – 9 June 2021: Woodside sees some cost pressures facing $11bn Scarborough gas project

The West Australian – 2 June 2021 (requires subscription): Green groups step up pressure on Woodside’s $14b Scarborough gas project

The Guardian – 9 June 2021: Campaigners ‘dumbfounded’ by abatement plan that will let Woodside increase emissions in WA

Michael West Media – 7 June 2021: WA Government to Woodside: you scratch our back, we’ll scratch yours even more