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Consider the plight of Northern Spencer Gulf’s Sepia apama on Cuttlefish Day

Tweet It’s Cephalopod Awareness Days again. In fact, it’s Squid and Cuttlefish Day to be precise. Last year we took this opportunity to ask ‘Where’s the love for the floundering population of Giant Australian Cuttlefish of Northern Spencer Gulf?’ Today,

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The development of major mining, oil and gas in South Australia

Tweet This 23 minute presentation was prepared for and presented to students at TAFE SA in October of 2012. Cuttlefish Country’s director Dan Monceaux was asked if he could provide students with a primer on the development of mining in

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The Damage RePORT: Where to for SA’s Mining Boom?

Tweet Last week, Cuttlefish Country‘s director Dan Monceaux gave a short talk and presentation at the Conservation Council of South Australia‘s AGM. The presentation, entitled Damage RePORT: Where to for SA’s Mining Boom briefly describes the current state of play for

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Olympic Dam expansion on hold while more desalination and port threats persist

Tweet Yesterday heralded a rare windfall for the marine life of Upper Spencer Gulf, with a special statement from BHP Billiton’s head honcho, Marius Kloppers. The mining giant has announced that the company will be investigating alternative, lower-cost means to

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Uranium mining, waste products & health risks

Tweet We recommend the following viewing for anyone engaged with or curious about the current debates over the extraction and processing of uranium for use in nuclear power generation. These videos, all of which are available to watch for free

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