Underground Water Impact Report for the Surat Cumulative Management Area


Doctors for the Environment Australia believes that this report must be seen in the context of possible harm to the sustainability of Queensland and Australia, and in this regard we are concerned with sustainability of two pillars of human health; water resources and the maintenance of food producing land which in turn depends on its supporting biodiversity. These essentials need to have priority over resource development, which can be transient, and result in lasting harms. 
 Consequently, note must be made of the Climate Change Emergency, the world and national biodiversity crisis and the possibility of stranded fossil fuel assets


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