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Farmers being forced off their land or had their land stolen; If they stay on the land, their children, stock & crops suffer.
All because of greedy, spineless banks, politicians, (most) lawyers & corporate thugs.
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(the above link was originally found on Dr. David Pascoe’s facebook page, where you will find lots of important information: https://www.facebook.com/OVHRepro ) You don’t need a facebook account to read what’s on his page!
Do you see the high level corruption and corporate bullying and wonder, what can I do? Who will listen?
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Help us hold Campbell Newman and Jeff Seeney to account. Demand they answer the allegations made against them by Alan Jones.
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Let them hear that the people say No!!
The coal seam gas industry provides this list of chemicals it says are used in coal seam gas fracking operations in Australia. The National Toxics Network has raised various concerns about the environmental and health risks associated with the chemicals associated with hydraulic fracturing and has said that these chemicals are not adequately assessed or monitored.
BTEX (an acronym that stands for benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene) is one group of chemicals associated with hydraulic fracturing. BTEX can be naturally occurring and benzene is a known carcinogen (cancer causing).The National Toxics Network says that the fracking process itself can release BTEX from the natural-gas reservoirs, which may allow them to disperse into the groundwater aquifers or to volatilise into air. Doctors for the Environment point out that a range of other hazardous chemicals are reported to be used in Australian fracking operations including 2-butoxyethanol and ethylene glycol.
Research compiled by Doctors for the Environment found that 2-butoxyethanol is easily absorbed and rapidly distributed in the human body and is particularly toxic to red blood cells, carrying the risk of haemolysis, and damage to spleen, liver and bone marrow. Ethylene glycol is used to make anti-freeze and when ethylene glycol breaks down in the body it can affect kidney function as well as the nervous system, lungs and heart.