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"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
The Place That Got It Right
— July 10, 2008
An overview of the economic and environmental consequences of woodchipping Tasmania.
From Muckaty To Melbourne
— May 06, 2010
After Federal Resources Minister, Martin Ferguson announced that a nuclear waste dump would be built in the Northern Territory, few realised it was being built on indigenous land without the consent of the majority of Traditional Land Owners.
Aku, Hidup dan Bumi (Me, My Life, and the Earth)
Think Act Change
— November 11, 2009
High school kids trying to tackle waste issues for the sake of their lives and the planet.
Nowhere here in the Middle.
— August 12, 2008
Documentary about the radioactive waste dump proposed for the Northern Territory, Australia. Traditional Owners and community members who live at the proposed sites explain their concerns. Dr Helen Caldicott explains the reality of living near a nuclear waste dump. An inspiring story of indigenous insight and resistance.
BHP Billiton Action, Perth, Western Australia
— November 24, 2009
On Thursday 29 October 30 people protested outside BHP Billiton's Head Office in Perth. The action took place to highlight the concerns around BHP Billiton's proposed Yeelirrie uranium mine in the Mid West of Western Australia as well as the ongoing 'radioactive racisim' that has existed since the military and civilian arms of the nuclear industry began in Australia. The action also took place at the same time as BHP Billiton's AGM in London in solidarity with Colombian community who were attending the meeting to voice their concerns around BHP Billitons Cerrejon Coal Mine on their lands. For more info: http://protestbhpbilliton.wordpress.com http://bhpbillitonwatch.wordpress.com
— September 21, 2007
Australia is on the verge of the largest expansion on its nuclear industry. Booting John Howard and the Liberal government out of office might not in itself be enough to stop all of it, but it would be a good start.
What You Need
— November 25, 2007
A music video clip about the sleazy nature of nuclear politics, produced by The Scarab Studio. Nothing is what it seems in politics... Scarab is a progressive collective of artists and filmmakers, and is now an exciting emergent Australian production company and successful maker of broadcast and web documentaries and short films.
— September 14, 2007
Can't get rid of plastic waste? Reuse it!
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