A group of the world's biggest oil and gas companies – including BHP Billiton – are planning to build a gas factory 25 times the size of Melbourne's CBD at James Price Point on WA's pristine Kimberley coast.
On Friday 5 October, join John Butler, the Wilderness Society, and others as we shine a spotlight on this terrible crime against nature and the local Kimberley community.
The Kimberley region of northern WA is one of the world’s great natural and Indigenous cultural regions. Its vast savannah landscapes, wild rivers, extensive wetlands, spectacular coast and rich marine environments provide a multitude of habitats that are home to an extraordinary diversity of species. Incredibly, the far north-west Kimberley sub-region is the only part of Western Australia, and one of very few in Australia, that appears to have retained its complete native fauna species diversity without extinction since European settlement.
Thanks to Anli Vuong for sound recording:)
Special thanks to:
Anne Poelina (email@example.com)
Alan Pigram (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mitch Torres (email@example.com)
Whose footage from "Broome families say No to the gas hub" material I used here.
Together we are strong.