After 12 years of life with constant visits to the unique James Price Point to Quondong remnant rare vine forest, indigenous burial sites, law trees, the rarest dinosaur footprint/trackway in the world, unwittingly seeing a new species of mini-dolphin feeding and playing in the mild surf off pristine beaches and cliffs. My group spends considerable time in this area, collecting seeds from trees and shrubs not found anywhere else, and teaching indigenous trainees in environmental horticulture, in turn being taught indigenous heritage.
Now I know the EPA has no use for the environment. After all, it ruled against the coal being mined at Margaret River, for a lot fewer reasons than here near Broome.
The real fight in earnest against Woodside from the Broome Community will begin now.
I work in the environment. The EPA damn the environment.
The report is subject to a two week public appeal period closing 30 July 2012. For information on the appeals process, please see the website of the Appeals Convenor.
EPA green lights controversial LNG project
The Environmental Protection Authority has given conditional approval to the controversial $30 billion Browse LNG project at James Price Point, north of Broome.