Vcat allows pipeline opponents case against company for oil company environmental breaches.
SATURDAY 2, 2014
Oil companies are suing the Government for $25 billion over alleged environme카지노ntal violations at a shale exploration site in South Australia.
The Government has agreed to pay $5.2 billion to settle claims of $3.5 billion for damage to natural resources and $3 billion for contamination.
Tasmanian Resources (TTR), which holds the leases for nearly 9,400 square kilometres of land, said it would be “contaminated and damaged by industry if t카지노 게임he Government does not take action on its land claims.”
An opposition review board also found the Victorian Government breached environmental and environmental quality rules.
The Greens senator Scott Ludlam has told the ABC he is “gravely concerned” by claims the Coalition government gave “the green light to large-scale industry to dump waste into our public spaces.”
Mr Ludlam said the decision to approve the Site B Shell oil discovery should be put to a vote before the end of August with the Greens calling for a recall referendum “right now.”
“To ignore the urgent warnings of concerned citizens, or continue to allow for further damage to the environment at the expense of our environment and our economy, is unconscionable,” Mr Ludlam said.
Earlier this week, the Opposition told a parliamentary inquiry it is open to the possibility of a referendum on this project.
Mr Turnbull, however, has said he thinks a recall referendum is “extremely unlikely” due to environmental objections and the political cost.
SATURDAY 15, 2014
Environmental groups and the Greens have called for a full review into the controversial site.
“This is a disaster on our environment,” Environmental Defenders and Climate Guardians says in a joint report.
“There was a long-term, deep concern about the future of our planet. Today there’s just no doubt that there are now even more serious issues facing the planet.”
Opposition environment spokesman Mark Butler said the decision by the Government to approve the Site B oil discovery should be investigated “now.”
“This is a disaster on our environment and on Australia’s fragile environment,” Mr Butler said.
SATURDAY 23, 2014
The Opposition has released its own analysis of the environmental assessment of the site.
“This is a disaster on our environment.” Environment and Resources spokesman Mark Butler said of the decision. “We can’t see any good use of this an