Emerald Water Forum October 17th, 11am

Emerald Water Forum and BBQ, 17th of October

Come along to a public forum to learn about how Adani’s proposed Carmichael mine will put our land and groundwater at risk.

This opportunity to hear from recognised experts in water management and the coal industry about how coal mines impact on our land and groundwater is not to be missed. We think it is so important that you hear this information, FCA has made this a free event.

LOCATION. Kristin and Todds Cotton Farm, 7 Marshall Road Emerald, 10kms West of Emerald, 11am to 1pm

Keynote Speaker- Tom Crothers

Tom is a former General Manager of Water Planning and Allocation for Queensland, Tom Crothers retired from the Queensland Public Service in 2011 after a 35 year career in natural resource management including five years as General Manager of the Water Allocation and Planning Group. He then established Stellar Advisory Services to provide specialist services in the water
planning, water management and water entitlement disciplines associated with primary production, mining and petroleum & gas operations. He is author of the Report “Draining the Lifeblood” about groundwater risks of the proposed Adani Carmichael mine.His clients include The National Water Commission, The former Department of Environment and Resource Management, Local Government & Pastoral Companies and landholders and Natural Resource Management Groups. 


Rick Humphries, Lock the Gate Mine rehabilitation expert & SW Qld farmer
Michael Kane, Farmers for Climate Action Qld
Sara Graham, law student at Australian National University, from Longreach
MC'ed by Jenny Todd, Aramac grazier
October 17, 2017 at 11am - 1pm
Kristin and Todds Farm
7 Marshall Rd
Emerald, Queensland 4720
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Michael Kane · · 0438766 230

Will you come?