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The Franklin River Blockade - Part 2
— February 11, 2008
On December 14th, 1982, the Tasmanian Wilderness Society began an on sight blockade of the construction work on a dam to flood the Franklin River in south west Tasmania. This action was the culmination of 7 years protest against the proposed dam. Part two of the film follows the intensification of the protests against the dam.
Let the Rivers Run Wild
— June 06, 2007
Many Australians have never seen the spectacular landscapes and diverse wildlife of the Cape York Peninsula. But the wild rivers of the Cape are currently under threat from damming, mining, land-clearing and weed invasion.
Tasmania's Clean Green Future: Too Precious To Pulp?
— June 21, 2007
Gunns Ltd’s proposed pulp mill will affect the future of all Tasmanian families. This film explains the environmental, economic and health impacts of the proposed pulp mill that Gunns, the Tasmanian State Government and the Federal Government have so far ignored.
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