This Thursday 6pm: Coal Seam Gas expert Peter Stone

Gas wells and access roads on agricultural land

Low impact? Coal seam gas mining in Queensland

For weeks the media have been full of the demonstrated risks of mining coal seam gas: broken rivers, poisoned water, disrupted farm management, damaged city water, and all the time escaping methane. What benefits could outweigh such risks? Why do some people still think coal seam gas is a good idea?

This Thursday put those and other questions to industry expert Dr Peter Stone. Dr Stone is Deputy Director of the CSIRO Sustainable Agriculture Flagship and Director of the Gas Industry Social and Environmental Research Alliance (GISERA). GISERA’s current research projects are about “the socio-economic and environmental impacts of the natural gas industry”.

bigfootrunner6-9pm TODAY, Gibraltar Hotel, Bowral Country Club Golf Course, Boronia Street, Bowral
Cost $15 ($5 students and CANWin members). Includes supper.
More info. See you there!

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One response to “This Thursday 6pm: Coal Seam Gas expert Peter Stone

  1. Looking forward to Thursday Night. will be a very very interesting talk.