- Rivers SOS is an alliance of over 40 environmental and community groups concerned with the protection of the integrity of river systems and water sources from the impacts of mining and other extractive industries.
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13 August, 2012 Sydney Morning Herald MORE than 23,000 students at about 60 Hunter schools within 500 metres of the region’s coal railway spend their lunchtimes breathing air filled with coal dust from passing trains. Many also spend their days … Continue reading
ABC News November 1, 2011 Independent MP Tony Windsor is threatening to derail the Government’s mining tax unless it clamps down on coal seam gas exploration and provides millions of dollars for research into the environmental effects of coal seam … Continue reading
Sydney Morning Herald October 22, 2011 A PLUME of toxic pollution from an old antimony mine appears to have killed fish for dozens of kilometres along the Macleay River in northern NSW. The state government said there was no increased … Continue reading
Sydney Morning Herald March 10th, 2011 Residents of southern Sydney who drink water from the Woronora Dam deserve to be invited into its catchment to see their precious water running bright orange with iron oxide and bubbling with methane (”Catchment … Continue reading
Also, check out our recent photos of the damage to the Waratah rivulet here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/53515439@N05/sets/72157626103042195/ Ben Cubby ENVIRONMENT EDITOR March 9, 2011 Bubbling up … methane is emerging in the Waratah Rivulet. METHANE is bubbling up through one of the … Continue reading
Sean Nicholls and Ben Cubby March 9, 2011 THE centrepiece of the Coalition’s environment platform for the state election has become a legal minefield with revelations that its planned national park on Sydney’s fringe is layered with previously unpublicised mining … Continue reading
Ben Cubby ENVIRONMENT EDITOR March 5, 2011 THE Planning Minister, Tony Kelly, used the last few hours before the government went into caretaker mode to block a controversial coalmine plan for the central coast. The Wallarah 2 mine would have … Continue reading
Central Coast Express Advocate 4th March 2011 The NSW Government today rejected the Wallarah 2 coal mine proposal near Wyong due to unresolved concerns regarding subsidence, water, ecological and heritage impacts. This is despite a Planning Assessment Commission recommendation that … Continue reading
ABC News Online 4th March 2011 The New South Wales Government has refused permission for a $600 million coal mine in a key central coast electorate. Mining firm Kores, which is owned by the South Korean Government, had planned to … Continue reading