GLADSTONE PORT CORPORATION PROBE BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Environmental ‘failings’ spark Gladstone port probe as dolphins depart by: GRAHAM LLOYD, ENVIRONMENT EDITOR From: The Australian February 16, 2013 12:00AM Four giant liquefied natural gas processing facilities are being built on Curtis Island in Gladstone Harbour. Picture: Vanessa Hunter Source: The Australian AUSTRALIA’S most environmentally controversial project, the $33 billion expansion of Gladstone...

Beware the makers of Spin – They work to a method.

We don’t know if marketing guru and propagandist Toby Ralph knows much about wind farms. But he certainly knows how big companies bulldoze small communities. Speaking on The Gruen Planet recently, he referred to the following template companies use to counter community opposition. 1. Forge local relationships 2. Understand local concerns 3. Create local...

Australians for Animals November 2012 Newsletter

Australians for Animals November 2012 Newsletter

Our November Newsletter is now available for download as a PDF from our website. www.australiansforanimals.org.au or you can click this direct link to view the Newsletter… https://www.australiansforanimals.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/afa_nov2012_newsletter.pdf            ...

US NAVY WILL NOT LONGER USE DOLPHINS AS MINE SWEEPERS

ROBOTS REPLACE DOLPHINS AS MILITARY WEAPONS. Huffington Post. The US Navy is reportedly planning to replace its last military dolphins with robots. In an exclusive interview with BBC Future<http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20121108-final-dive-for-us-navy-dolphins>, the navy said it would replace its highly trained pod of sea mammals with cheaper electronic alternatives. The Navy has used dolphins in missions to...

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