- Protect our land and water from mining.
- Honesty and integrity in politics
- Local jobs
- People before profits
- Improved heath and education services.



Friday, 30 March 2012

Fracking facts for all- The Daily Examiner

Fracking facts for all

Speakers include founder and president of the national Lock the Gate alliance Drew Hutton and self-described CSG refugee Brian Monk who was forced to leave his Queensland property for the Northern Rivers because of CSG mining.
Clarence Alliance Against Coal Seam Gas Mining (CAACSG) has recruited a star-studded group of speakers from within the anti-CSG movement for the information night.
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FENCE-SITTERS will have the chance to learn what could occur if coal seam gas (CSG) mining is allowed to proliferate across the Clarence Valley.

Clarence Alliance Against Coal Seam Gas Mining (CAACSG) has recruited a star-studded group of speakers from within the anti-CSG movement for the information night at South Grafton Ex-Services Club from 6pm on Friday.

Speakers include founder and president of the national Lock the Gate alliance Drew Hutton and self-described CSG refugee Brian Monk who was forced to leave his Queensland property for the Northern Rivers because of CSG mining.
 FENCE-SITTERS will have the chance to learn what could occur if coal seam gas mining is allowed to proliferate across the Clarence Valley.


Author of the first Australian novel dealing with CSG-mining Peter Ralph will launch his book Dirty Fracking Business while solicitor Sue Higginson from the Environmental Defender's Office will offer her expertise on land rights.

Former Greens candidate Janet Cavanaugh will speak on the local proposals for CSG and environmental planning issues and a short documentary will be shown.

Local musicians Brad Wheat (guitarist/singer) and Geoff Welham (local harp player) will provide some ambience.

All are welcome, entry is free.


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