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Fracking and Switching Off

Tuesday 25th November / presented by James Hall

WA’s best tourism landmarks could be under threat.

A new oil and gas exploration permit granted over Jurien bay and the pinnacles has raised alarms with conservation groups, local communities and farmers.

Despite being one of the world’s dirtiest and polluting industries, superannuation companies are funding gas fracking.

The Conservation council of WA are launching a campaign to help make the switch to Australia’s first fossil free super fund.

Conservation council WA Director, Piers Verstegen joined us on RTR FM…

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