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Coal seam gas extraction in New South Wales (series)
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Gasmask:Annie Marlow, from the Illawarra Knitting Nannas Against Gas (IKNAG – pronounced ‘I nag’), updates the issues around coal seam gas (CSG) mining in NSW.
At the coalface

Annie Marlow, from the Illawarra Knitting Nanas Against Gas (IKNAG – pronounced I nag), casts an eye on coal seam gas in NSW.
Nagging doubts

Annie Marlow, from the Illawarra Knitting Nannas Against Gas (I KNAG – the K is silent), outlines their campaign to have a ban on coal seam gas (CSG) mining in water catchments.
A battle won in St Peters?

But the CSG war still rages......
Jacinta Green, President of Stop CSG (coal seam gas) Sydney, outlines why people across NSW are still protesting about coal seam gas and how the new state coalition government has reacted.
Fracking fracas

What drives two apolitical people to write a passionate protest song
Potential impacts of coal seam gas extraction

Brianna Casey, Senior Policy Advisor for the NSW Farmers Association, explains how coal seam gas exploration impacts on the food bowl of the Liverpool Plains.
It can't be true! Coal seam gas extraction in Sydney

The first urban coal seam gas drill is proposed for the inner Sydney suburb of St Peters.  This was accidentally discovered when Greens upper house member Cate Faehrmann called for papers on coal seam gas exploration in NSW.
All is not well

Dr Mariann Lloyd-Smith digs into the chemicals that are part of coal seam gas mining. The risks for a nation that relies on water are great and the federal government’s own Water Commission has already stated that any damage to the Great Artesian Basin will take up to 1,000 years to repair.
Waste Land

Geochemist, John Polglase unearths some facts about waste from coal and coal seam gas exploration drilling.
The wastes derived from exploration drilling for coal and coal seam gas sooner or later impact groundwater and aquifers, and John believes coal exploration drilling has led to more serious groundwater deterioration than the process of fracking so-far.
 

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