This week’s mess in the Pilliga Forest of New South Wales, is the latest evidence of an extremely messy industry.
Communities remain divided over coal seam gas. Especially in Queensland, where it’s splitting votes in the lead up to the state election.
A Newspoll published in The Australian last week found that two-thirds of voters were completely opposed to coal seam gas, with 35 per cent of people claiming that how the state chose to handle the issue would have direct impact on the way they vote in on March 24.
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