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Understorey: Kimberley Crossroads, Drumline Deadlines and Mole Tails

Wednesday 9th April / presented by Elizabeth PO’ Adrian Glamorgan

What does the move away from major parties at Saturday’s Senate election mean to action on renewable energy, especially given the electoral success of The Australian Greens Senator Scott Ludlam, and Dio Wang from the Palmer United Party?

Meanwhile, with Prime Minister Tony Abbott in Asia, there’s growing interest in WA’s agricultural assets, as China’s attention turns to our North. Peter Robertson from The Wilderness Society speaks about environmental challenges ahead for the Kimberley region.

From Kimberley crossroads, we take up drumline deadlines: the contentious shark cull may continue for another 3 years, and a public comment period is on NOW.  We interview Natalie Banks, active in organising anti-shark cull events.

And moving from the murky depths of the ocean, we dig deep into the sands of our deserts, as Mark Cowan tells us about the surprising Southern Marsupial Mole..

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