APPEA Boss does not provide “moments that thrill” for landholders concerned about the sustainable future use of the GAB.

Letter to Editor re Rhys Turner:

The Australian Petroleum Production and Production Assoc.’s Rhys Turner’s attack on those diabolical green activists {QCL Aug 24} is long on industry rhetoric but very short on a truthful analysis of the unsustainable legacy that the “unconventional “ and coal seam gas industries are leaving on the aquifers of the Great Artesian Basin {GAB}.

Mr. […]

BSA supports Galilee Basin landholders in their water fight with coal miners

BSA’s Letter to the Editor – Qld Country Life.

The Basin Sustainability Alliance {BSA} commends Bruce Currie’s Ed Op piece (QCL 6 Oct) and supports the basic principles he is fighting for. For too long – Galilee Basin landholders have lived with the debilitating uncertainty of the potential impacts of proposed coal mines on their stock & domestic water supplies. […]

The Basin Sustainability Alliance’s Submission on the Draft Great Artesian Basin & Other Regional Aquifers (GABORA) Water Plan and the Draft GABORA Water Management Protocol.

BSA Chairman Lee McNicholl says,“This is a must read for anyone truly concerned about the sustainable management of the GAB”. Download the Submission document below:

The Basin Sustainability Alliance’s Submission on the Draft Great Artesian Basin & Other Regional Aquifers (GABORA) Water Plan and the Draft GABORA Water Management Protocol – PDF

Letter from George Houen regarding EPOLA submissions

Letter from George Houen regarding the EPOLA submissions

Groundwater in the news

Read George Houen’s Letter to the Editor regarding the Governments mine dewatering amendments here>
 

Letter to the Editor from George Houen

Letter to the Editor from George Houen

Submission for the Mineral and Energy Resources Bill 2014

BSA has recently submitted our reccommendations on the Mineral and Energy Resources (Common Provisions) Bill 2014.