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Methane Emissions in QLD CSG fields.

The main chemical component of coal seam gas (CSG) is methane. Methane is also a powerful greenhouse gas. As a chemical, methane is odourless, colourless, and invisible to the naked eye.

These characteristics mean that methane released during industry gasfield operations can be readily overlooked, ignored, or hidden. This report describes video recording methane emissions in the Queensland CSG fields using a FLIR GF-­‐320 infrared video camera.

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Coal mines killing koalas

June 05, 2024

New research from the Central Queensland University shows that one third of the land covered by applications for new coal mining leases in QLD provides habitat for the endangered koala and identifies 42,500 hectares of koala habitat within the 123,000 hectares of proposed new...

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Merits Review and the EPBC Act

April 16, 2024

This independent report, commissioned by Lock the Gate, was launched on the 16th April 2024. It builds on Samuel Review recommendations that communities should have the legal right to challenge the merits of a wider range of environmental decisions. Read and download the report...

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