Coal Seam Gas is not clean

Coal Seam Gas (CSG) is methane gas found in coal seams. It is incredibly destructive to the environment.

It pollutes the air and water we all share.

It is not a clean energy, and it’s very inefficient.

We watched the Gasland documentary the other day and can’t believe the shameful and destructive practices that are going on overseas. Anyone who watches them light up the water that comes out of their home taps has got to be worried.

Environmental Impact Statements are not optional.

Please educate yourself about this issue:

A locked gate means you are not welcome on our property.

Growing better indoor air

Grow your own fresh air – an excellent online presentation by Kamal Meattle.

Indoor air can become polluted from cleaning products, fabrics, flooring, furniture and new paint. Toxic chemicals that may be found indoors include acetone, ammonia, benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene and xylene. They can irritate eyes and skin, and may contribute to asthma, headaches, and hay fever.

The good news is that indoor plants are effective at breaking down these polluting substances. Plants can also remove mould spores and other unhealthy microbes. Try a few of these in your home:

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