Films and articles for the protection of the Gulf Country
Sick Country is a new short film produced by the Environment Centre NT with Traditional Owners and the community of Borroloola speaking out about the damage done by Glencore’s imposed and reckless mining at McArthur River. The film captures people’s aspirations for a just transition to a future free of invasive mining for the region.
A presentation at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies delivered jointly by Jacky Green, a Garawa Elder from the South West Gulf Country, in the Northern Territory and Sean Kerins, an anthropologist based at the Australian National University who has worked extensively on community development initiatives in the Gulf region.
Read more about Glencore’s financial and environmental mismanagement at McArthur River at the Mineral Policy Institute.