Tag Archives: Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary
Dear Editor, As a teacher of Chinese and a long-time advocate, through the Australia-China Friendship Society, of the promotion of friendship and understanding between the peoples of China and Australia, I feel compelled to add my voice to the defence … Continue reading
“The inaugural meeting of the Australian Geoparks Network was held in Warrnambool on 9 -10 July 2010. Kanawinka Global Geopark, currently Australia’s only Geopark, hosted the meeting. Delegates from five states and a representative from the Hong Kong Urban Geopark … Continue reading
Government Proposes to allow Mining in Heritage Listed Wilderness Sanctuary Dear Editor We are greatly concerned that the SA government is proposing to allow the mining company Marathon Resources to mine the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary in the Northern Flinders Ranges.
Arkaroola Sanctuary: Uranium Mining OK, but not in our backyard! See The Mining and Milling Process and IEER Factsheet | Uranium (below) Doug and Margaret Sprigg involved in the ongoing saga, in trying to prevent Marathon Resources mining uranium on … Continue reading