Video – Illegal Mine Site Activity, again
The videos* below display illegal activities undertaken by Adani at the Carmichael Coal Mine site in Queensland’s Galilee Basin 2019.
Disturbance site – Pad 5 – Black-throated Finch Habitat
Video 1: Disturbance site – Pad 5. The video was taken between April – May 2019 showing a cleared vegetation site. The image displays potential Black-throated Finch Habitat including Silver Leaf Ironbark
Disturbance site – significant site 2
Video 2: Disturbance site – significant strip site 2. The image was taken between April – May 2019 showing one of three significant clearance sites.
Disturbance site – Pad 2 – Drill Rig
Video 3: Disturbance site – Pad 2. The image was taken between April – May 2019 showing a cleared vegetation site. The image also displays site activities including a drilling rig, driller sumps, and vegetation storage.
Video 4: The Doongmabulla Springs Complex
The one million year old oasis is home to many endemic species. The Doongmabulla Springs Complex is an Australian nationally important wetland listed as “threatened ecological communities” by the Australian Government. The Doongmabulla Springs are part of the Great Artesian Basin and are just 8km from the Adani Carmichael Coal Mine. Adani’s illegal activity threatens the springs.
The video shows the lagoon the of the springs and the Melaleuca spring water vent.
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