A presentation by the McArthur River Mine’s Independent Monitor in Borroloola was today beset by residents angry at evidence of government and company inaction on the mine’s escalating environmental and public health risks.
A new short film on McArthur River Mine and its social and environmental impacts has been released.
Jack Green is a celebrated Borroloola Elder and artist whose paintings on the cultural and environmental damage wrought by invasive mining in the Gulf are held in many national and international […]
NT Govt media release Victorian company Environmental Earth Sciences (EES) has been appointed the Independent Monitor for the McArthur River Mine (MRM) project. Minister for Mines and Energy Chris Natt […]
mcarthuriver has been a bit quiet lately as we wait for the Federal Court decsion – no word yet on the date, but I will let you know as soon as […]
The Northern Territory Mines Minister has announced the Government will soon ask for tenders for an independent environmental monitor for the McArthur River Mine. Mines Minister Chris Natt made the […]
Come along and see new film footage of the mine and hear some great speakers. Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory 6.30 – 8.30pm Tuesday 31st July 2007 The […]