- 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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Category Archives: Thirlmere Lakes
Rivers SOS has made a submission to the Thirlmere Lakes Inquiry, regarding its draft report. The fact that the committee is examining the loss of a priceless asset in a World Heritage area surely calls for focus on the need … Continue reading
The committee appointed by Minister Robyn Parker in 2011 to run an inquiry into the drying up of the Thirlmere Lakes held a public meeting at Thirlmere School last night, to outline its draft report, released last week and available … Continue reading
The Thirlmere Lakes Inquiry Committee will present their draft Report at a public meeting on Friday July 6 at the Thirlmere Primary School Hall, 6pm- 8pm. With short notice, no publicity and putting it on a Friday night, we fear … Continue reading
The draft report from the committee of inquiry into the drying up of Thirlmere Lakes was finally released yesterday. The report fulfilled its role of allowing Minister Robyn Parker to issue yesterday’s media release blaming the drying up of the … Continue reading
Background: Many local people including the Mayor and Councillors of Wollondilly Shire have been mourning the drying up of the five Thirlmere Lakes, which continued to dry even after the drought broke in 2008. By 2010, many were convinced that … Continue reading
There was an excellent report by the ABC’s 7.30 program, examining the links between coal mining and the decline of the Thirlmere Lakes (an issue that Rivers SOS has been campaigning on for some time). The transcript and video can be … Continue reading
The Pells report, an independent study into the dramatic drying up of the world-heritage listed Thirlmere Lakes, has concluded that climate trends (i.e. drought) do not fully explain the lack of water. This suggests that other factors, such as the … Continue reading