In late January ex-cyclone Oswald forced around 20 mines across Queensland to dump waste water into passing floods. Many reasoned that the high volume of water passing through river systems would dilute any contaminants to safe levels.
Science Weekly Extra podcast: water, food and energy production The Guardian In the second of our debates exploring the water, food and energy nexus, Jo Confino talks to Camilla Toulmin, director of the International Institute for Environment and...
Sixty-one years after Australian servicemen were deliberately exposed to the fury of nuclear bomb testing at Maralinga, lawyers are seeking a desperate intervention on behalf of 295 survivors to the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Peter Phillips's insight:
For decades service men and women as well as aboriginal Australians living in the area where bombs went off were referred to psychiatrists. Until the mid 80's the official line was that no nuclear bomb had ever exploded in Australia.
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