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Queensland Telegraph – ‘Resource consultants acting like high paid super models’ by John Mikkelsen

Queensland Telegraph – ‘Resource consultants acting like high paid super models’ by John Mikkelsen AN  ENVIRONMENTAL medicine specialist has compared consultants working on major resource developments with “supermodels who won’t get out of bed for less than $5000 a day”. The claim was made by Save the Reef spokesman Dr Andrew Jeremijenko, an occupational...

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            ...

Australians for Animals is Gearing Up!

Dear Friends, Thanks for your continued interest, actions and support. As a result we’re gearing up even further! Our campaigns are becoming more directed and efficient, our website is being continually improved and like many passionate activist organisations, our Social Media reach is increasing dramatically. AFA aims to highlight those issues that are neglected...

The Stunning of Cattle

PRESS RELEASE. NATIONAL SURVEY BY NIELSEN SHOWS OVERWHELMING SUPPORT FOR AUSTRALIAN CATTLE TO BE STUNNED PRIOR TO SLAUGHTER. A national survey, commissioned by Australians for Animals Inc. and undertaken by Nielsen, has shown overwhelming support for legislation that would require the stunning of Australian cattle prior to slaughter both within Australian abattoirs and overseas....

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