The NSW Government is considering, for the second time, the proposal for the Wallarah 2 coal mine. This mine would result in the extraction of up to 5 million tonnes of polluting coal each year for 28 years in an area north-west of Wyong, undermining several waterways. This project has already been refused once, by the previous government, due to unacceptable impacts on water, ecosystems and heritage sites.
This project should be rejected once and for all. Submission deadline: 21 June 2013
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Please help us to stop mining in the Wyong Valleys !