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Coal Seam Gas: Economic Boom or Environmental Bust?
 
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Economic bonanza or environmental disaster? This was the debate for this panel discussion on coam seam gas at the Noosa Longweekend Festival this year. It is and will continue to be a highly divisive and contentious issue, especially on the prime agricultural land that have been targeted for drilling. Proponents promise high growth; that the process and extraction is very carbon friendly; that there will be big jobs growth, and there's the big lure of billions of dollars in taxes. But what are the risks? How much do we really know about the science of coal seam extraction? What's the impact on ground water systems as the rapidly expanding industry promotes 40,000 coal seam gas wells over the next 30 years? A big selling point for the CSG industry is the promise of a decrease in carbon emissions and huge export income. But the biggest concern, both sides agreed, is the issue of water contamination. This expert panel takes on board these contentious issues; but there is a fair bit of ducking and weaving when it comes to rock solid evidence -- on either side. Panellists are Independent Federal MP, Tony Windsor, Rick Wilkinson from the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association; Paul Cleary, journalist with The Australian and author of Too Much Luck: the Mining Boom and the Future for Australia and Tony Wood -- Energy Program Director at the Grattan Institute. The moderator is Paul Barclay, from ABC's Radio National. Sourced from the ABC as a free MP4 download: http://www.abc.net.au/tv/bigideas/stories/2012/08/13/3564955.htm
Views: 984 Ian McPherson
Centennial Coal - Myuna Colliery: Save Our Cables Program
 
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The Myuna Save Our Cables Program is a cable management system that designed to reduce cable damage and improve safety culture throughout the mine. Elements include: - A slogan competition was held to engage with the workforce and encourage participation - The mine’s cable management plan was reviewed and the key areas of focus were summarised onto a pictorial display - The entire workforce went through a training and assessment program on the cable management program - A post-shift cable damage investigation process was implemented At the start of shift, the shift undermanager addresses the entire shift on any cable damage that occurred in the past 24 hours. Following the implementation of the program, monthly cable damaged was reduced by 63% and injuries associated with cable handling have reduced significantly.
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Mining the Future
 
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On December 9, 2010, Dr. Mary Poulton was officially inducted as a Distinguished Professor, one of the highest honors a UA professor can achieve. But if you ask the head of the UA Department of Mining and Geological Engineering and director of the new Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources what inspired her to this life of achievement, she'll tell you, straight up: it all started with a simple box of rocks.
Construction Workers and Engineers needed in Queensland Australia - ABC Australian News Report
 
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http://www.jobcontax.com - Construction and Engineering Jobs in Australia. Australia is on track to become the world's biggest supplier of liquefied natural gas, overtaking Qatar, perhaps as soon as 2017. Our LNG boom is happening all over: from Chevron's $43 billion Gorgon project at Western Australia's Barrow Island (the country's biggest resource project, ever), to Woodside's $35 billion Browse project on the Kimberley coast, to Inpex's $US34 billion ($32.4 billion) Ichthys project at Darwin and on to Queensland, where coal seam gas for export has taken off.
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NSW Mining HSEC Conference 2018 - Winner - Safety Excellence
 
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Winner - Safety Excellence Sizer Teeth Removal Innovation Glencore Ravensworth Glencore Coal’s Ravensworth open cut mine is located between Singleton and Muswellbrook in the Hunter Valley. The mine has been in operation in one form or another since the 1970s and currently employs 651 people. Crusher teeth require replacement up to three times a year. This maintenance task traditionally involves the use of a 6.4kg copper sledgehammer to strike the used teeth, loosening them so they can be removed. There are 116 teeth on the crusher, each requiring an average eight hits with the hammer by a maintenance technician, which equates to 928 strikes to remove all the teeth. The constant swinging and striking with the sledgehammer poses significant fatigue, ergonomic and soft tissue injury risks to the maintenance technician undertaking the teeth removal. A new, safer method was needed to eliminate the use of the sledgehammer. With no alternative method available on the market, the maintenance team at Ravensworth brainstormed new approaches. A hydraulic flange splitter was considered, however modifications would be required to allow its use on the crusher teeth. Following extensive safety and engineering consultation with regard to modifying the flange splitter, a successful trial was conducted on a full row of crusher teeth.
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Safety video diary, episode one: Australia
 
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Living #SafeWork in Australia. In our first safety video diary, we visit our Ravensworth Open Cut mine in Australia and talk to employees about what programmes they’re putting in place to support our SafeWork initiative. One such programme, “My job, my future, my family” is encouraging employees to take personal accountability for workplace safety by avoiding shortcuts, making better decisions and ultimately ensuring they go home to their families safely every single day.
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Mining and Petroleum Services - Centre of Excellence Compilation
 
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Unlocking the full potential of South Australia’s resource, energy and renewable assets. The Centre of Excellence is helping to transform South Australia into a mining services hub for the Nation and beyond. A collaboration between the South Australian Government, Santos, Beach Energy, Senex Energy and TAFE SA to develop and train skilled workers for the expanding onshore petroleum industry.
Air, water and soil impacts of hydraulic fracturing on CSG wells
 
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CSIRO researchers are examining the air, soil and water impacts of hydraulic fracturing in coal seam gas production at two gas fields near Roma in central Queensland. In one of the most comprehensive Australian studies of its type, CSIRO established a series of live air quality monitoring stations near the wells, and have taken soil and water samples to capture data from the wells before, during and after hydraulic fracturing.
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Santos abandons plans for pipeline
 
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Mining company Santos has bowed to public pressure and called off plans for a coal seam gas pipeline across northern NSW.
The Biggest Coal Mines In India
 
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Biggest Dragline . Shovel .Dumper Opreting In This Mines. Like | Share | Comment TOP | 10 | LIST Largest Coal Producing States in India 2017 Assam Coal Producing Meghalaya Coal Producing Uttar Pradesh Coal Producing Maharashtra Telangana Madhya. One Of The Best High -Tech Opencast Coal Mine In India -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: How Indians Coming Back from United States to India are creating a Difference? - You will certainly like. Let's look at the coal deposits, reserves and mines on a map of India. Mineral based questions in UPSC, IAS, SSC CGL are common. Minerals like coal are used to generate electricity. It's found.
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Fracking explained: opportunity or danger
 
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Fracking explained in five minutes. Fracking is a controversial topic. On the one side the gas drilling companies, on the other citizen opposed to this drilling method. Politicians are also divided on the matter. We try to take a neutral look on fracking. It is relevant for all of us, because of high prices for energy and the danger for our drinking water. This video focuses mostly on the debate currently ongoing in europe. In a lot of european countries there is a public outcry against fracking, espacially in germany. But the facts in this video are relevant to all of us. Short videos, explaining things. For example Evolution, the Universe, Stock Market or controversial topics like Fracking. Because we love science. We would love to interact more with you, our viewers to figure out what topics you want to see. If you have a suggestion for future videos or feedback, drop us a line! :) We're a bunch of Information designers from munich, visit us on facebook or behance to say hi! https://www.facebook.com/Kurzgesagt https://www.behance.net/kurzgesagt Fracking explained: opportunity or danger Help us caption & translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCsXVk37bltHxD1rDPwtNM8Q&tab=2
Australian Sovereignty Party PAY NO TAX
 
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http://www.cleanairandwater.net/new-party.html PAY NO TAX POLICY The NWO UN using their respectable front organisations such as; WHO, CFR, TC, UN, NATO, IMF are speeding up their attempts to takeover Australia. Senator BOB BROWN has lodged a 'SNEAKY 'PLEBISCITE' Bill to make Australia a REPUBLIC by Treason and Subversion. The People are not told about it, and the Media are hiding it from the people.
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COAL MINING ...... THICK And Clean
 
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Coal mining at South Kalimantan, Indonesia. GCV 5,800 - 5,300 (ADB). For more information please email: [email protected]
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Sandra Bamberry – Living & breathing in a gasfield
 
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Sandra Bamberry and her young family are impacted by unconventional gas. This is a mums fight to live and breathe on the land she bought to raise her children on near Tara in Queensland, Australia.
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Anti-mining rally
 
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Thousands rally against coal seam gas mining.
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Mine Inspectors Attend Special Training
 
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Mine inspectors in the country are attending a special 4 week training program in Port Moresby. The training is aimed to build skill capacity, enhance regulatory practices, and other mining jurisdictions. The training is conducted by the Safety in Mines Training and Research Station (SIMTARS) from Australia. - visit us at http://www.emtv.com.pg/ for the latest news...
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Larissa Waters: children in detention, the mining tax, and Carmichael mine
 
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Senator Larissa Waters tells SKY Lunch Time Agenda show that children should never be held in detention, that income managing welfare recipients is disempowering, that we should fix the mining tax, and that mega coal mines for broke foreign companies are a travesty for the climate and the Reef.
Queensland Business Fear Rising Costs Because of Carbon Tax
 
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Some key industries in Queensland are worried about the Carbon Tax saying it's bad for business and jobs. Mining groups have described the package as miserable and fear an uncertain future for local exports. Seven News Queensland July 11, 2012
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Welcome to Tara on Sunset Way Tourist Drive, Queensland Australia
 
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Tara is a home to the hugely popular Tara Festival of Culture & Camel Races, held biennially in August. But all year round there's spots to stop and enjoy along Tara's main street, plus the awesome Tara Lagoon, just a stroll from the main street. Check out Tara along Queensland's Sunset Way Tourist Drive. Find out more: www.sunsetway.com.au
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Mining Training from Australian Training Alliance
 
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Offering a range of accredited and non-accredited training programs in mining, leadership and commercial cleaning. BAsed in Adelaide we deliver courses that suit people who work in the mining industry or for people wanting to get into mining.
Coal Mine Protest
 
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A protestor has gone to extraordinary lengths to challenge possible coal mining near Bacchus Marsh. See more at www.tennews.com.au.
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Coal: Engine of Change
 
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This 60-minute documentary interweaves the development of modern life with innovations in energy technologies in Great Britain and the United States. Coal played a major role from the start, shaping the stage with other fossil fuels by the end of the twentieth century. What will happen in the twenty-first century as we factor addressing concerns about human influence on global climate with the ever-increasing demand for energy and all it provides? Includes expert interviews from Sacramento, CA; Gainesville, FL; Lowell, MA; Minneapolis, MN; New York City, NY; Beulah and Grand Forks, ND; Pittsburgh and Rankin, PA; Dallas and Houston, TX; Arlington, VA; White Salmon, WA; Estavan, SK, Canada; United Kingdom; France; and Sweden.
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Australia End of the Mining Boom in Australia BBC Our World Documentary
 
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Australia - End of the Mining Boom in Australia 1 of 2 - BBC Our World Documentary, recorded 08.07.2009 I'l see if I can find a fitting description, but the title . In the second of a three part series of special programmes from Australia, Hardtalk takes a look at the country's extraordinary resources boom. Thanks to China's .
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Proposed mine prompts poison fears - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
 
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A 12 min video looking at the risks to health, safety, water quality, and farm income of antimony mining in the Macleay River and Clarence River catchments - with particular emphasis on plans for mining in the environmentally sensitive Nymboida River area by an Australian arm of China Shandong Jinshunda Group Co.
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Railroad thermite welding
 
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Rail thermite welding in Storfors, Sweden. Schienenschweissen in Storfors, Schweden Rälssvetsning på Inlandsbanan i Storfors
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LeTourneau loader loadin coal
 
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Our LeT L-1850 loading a Komatsu 830E with a low tail Westech bed
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Queensland Election Issues, with Senator Pauline Hanson and Dave Pellowe
 
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The next state election likely to happen in Australia will be in Senator Pauline Hanson's home state of Queensland, and there are heaps of issues her One Party wants voters to be concerned about and elect them to solve. The taxi industry has been given the rough end of the pineapple by government interference in the free market creating an unlevel playing field. They continue to disadvantage domestic small business owners and help major foreign corporations, and the current Labor government refuses to even make a decision about cameras. Are they a public safety issue or not? Other issues Pauline Hanson's One Nation party and state leader Steve Dickson want to address in their campaign include • encouraging new industries and employment with limited payroll tax exemptions • creating a government-owned state bank to increase competition and assist rural customers in particular • repealing the Native Vegetation Act • addressing coal seam gas mining health issues • the impact of fracking on waterways and the water table • not selling state assets without the people's permission • cut the number of state politicians • return the Upper House to Qld Parliament • increasing efficiency and eliminating waste in infrastructure development, government services and bureaucrat salaries. Pauline Hanson is undoubtedly one of the most influential people in Australia, a Qld Senator in the federal Parliament, and leader of the Pauline Hanson's One Nation party. She entered politics as an Ipswich City Councillor, and was soon endorsed as the Liberal Party candidate for the seat of Oxley. As a vocal critic of the sale of Telstra, then-leader John Howard instructed she be disendorsed, but she ran and won anyway as an independent with a huge swing - the first woman to do so without a party's backing. WATCH this interview with special guest Senator Pauline Hanson on one segment at a time: 1/ The Family Law Court System Is Broken - https://youtu.be/PLvqjU1-hO0 2/ Australian Culture and Immigration Policy - https://youtu.be/qSC06bWxkBo 3/ Qld Election Issues - https://youtu.be/cTx6dw7HpHk ******* Church And State with Dave Pellowe is viewer-funded. You can support this free and independent voice monthly or with a one time donation here: https://www.ChurchAndState.com.au/partner ******* What are your thoughts? Comment below, or on • https://facebook.com/Dave Pellowe or • https://twitter.com/DavePellowe or • https://instagram.com/DavePellowe Sign up for new episode updates or get more content at: • https://www.ChurchAndState.com.au ******* Watch "Church And State with Dave Pellowe" for important discussions about public issues at the intersection of Christianity and Politics in Society. Helping all Christians to be better informed and better involved so we can love our neighbours with better policy. #WhoIsMyNeighbour #YouHaveAVoice #SOCAS
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CRCMining Drilling Technologies
 
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Tight Radius Drilling (TRD) - The future of Coal Seam Gas Drainage CRCMining has developed an advanced Tight Radius Drilling (TRD) system for extracting methane gas from coal seams safely and cost-effectively. This step-change technology has application on both surface and underground mine sites, as well as in the Coal Seam Gas (CSG) industry. Rapid and continuous, flexible and controlled, TRD boasts vastly superior value to surface to in-seam techniques, making coal seams safer to mine and enabling the capture of fugitive carbon emissions. Originally developed for coal mine gas drainage, TRD is a clean alternative to hydraulic fracturing (fraccing), with substantial benefits for the CSG industry. More information is available on the CRCMining website http://www.crcmining.com.au/breakthrough-solutions/tight-radius-drilling/
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Diploma mining 4sem
 
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Port Facility Security Officer Training Australia CPA
 
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Port Facility Security Officer Training Australia CPA is a specialist, dynamic and highly professional security organisation specialising in the maritime, mining, manufacturing, construction and aviation industries.Visit www.cpasecurity.com
Protect Arnhem Land from Paltar Petroleum - Sydney, Australia 19th July 2013
 
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Help The Ute Tribe Put Methane In Its Place In Colorado | Cool Effect
 
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Colorado is home to an abundance of coal. When coal emerges from the ground and creates a seam, methane escapes into our atmosphere. While conventional methods are unable to capture this leakage, the Southern Ute tribe found a genius solution. Though they don’t mine any of the coal on their land, they did team up with scientists to use a system of wells to naturally capture the methane and funnel it to existing gas pipelines. Learn more and take action with the Southern Ute Indian Tribe Methane Capture Project: https://www.cooleffect.org/content/project/southern-ute-indian-tribe-methane-capture How Does The Project Help Save The Planet? Each year, this project reduces up to 27,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions. That’s the equivalent of 1,588 average Americans emitting no greenhouse gases (not even by breathing) for a whole year. Amazing, right? Benefits Of The Project: - Currently, the tribe is not profiting from this project, but continues to manage it because it supports their values - Uses natural methods (wells) to transport the gas to existing pipelines - Provides jobs and income for members of the Southern Ute Indian tribe - Decreases local demand for natural gas Challenges The Project Faces: - Reductions can vary annually due to natural conditions - Methane is highly flammable and can cause sudden fires - Project needs consistent funding to maintain infrastructure - Seepage can be exacerbated by coal-bed methane drilling in other areas Why Did Cool Effect Choose This Project? Global emissions from coal mining are huge and so are the detrimental effects of mining coal on the environment, especially climate change due to methane emissions. Several methodologies have been approved by the United Nations to mitigate the effects of methane emissions from mining coal, but almost all the projects that used these methodologies have closed due to the methodological complexities and uncertainties associated with the quantity and quality of methane gas from coal seams. This project is one of the few very successful projects that started by devising a new methodology and has gone through a painstakingly long process of approval. The project is a pilot initiative that is a model for many thousands of similar coal mining operations across the world. About Cool Effect Earth is our home, our planet. It belongs to each and every one of us, and we share a desire to protect it. Cool Effect gives each of us a chance to take a step toward that goal by supporting projects around the world that reduce carbon pollution. Starting with you and me, we can create a massive, cumulative effect toward cooling the earth. Together, our small actions will ignite planet-sized change. Like Cool Effect on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cooleffect2/ Follow Cool Effect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cool_effect Follow Cool Effect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cooleffect_/ What makes us different? Cool Effect is dedicated to finding the highest-quality projects in the world that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Our projects are scientifically proven to reduce carbon, are 100% additional, and provide full transparency in pricing and product detail. When you support one of our projects, you will see clearly how your funding will be used and how it will impact the project and the planet. What does it take to become a Cool Effect project? There are over 10,000 projects around the world working to reduce global warming. To find the top projects, we are working with scientists who have had years of experience in the field evaluating and verifying projects according to United Nations requirements. They conduct an initial review to verify the substantive public documentation each project must submit to meet its certification standard (Gold Standard Foundation, Verified Carbon Standard, Climate Action Reserve, etc.). Then they conduct additional due diligence to verify that the issued credits could not have been produced without income from the sale of carbon and ensure full pricing, financial transparency, and sound management. We make site visits whenever possible or hire others to visit the projects for us. Our goal is to gather and then provide as much background as possible to consumers to communicate both the opportunities and the challenges for each project.
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Newman's G20 crackdown | Larissa Waters
 
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The Labor and Liberal parties have shown disregard for human rights by passing federal legislation to back up Campbell Newman's draconian G20 laws.
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High Peak Royalties' unique model offers low-risk exposure to energy sector
 
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High Peak Royalties Ltd (ASX:HPR) chairman Andrew Carroll introduces Proactive Investors to the oil & gas-focused company's business model and portfolio of royalties on producing properties around Australia and the US. "One of the attractive aspects of royalties is they're very low risk, they're not exposed to the costs of the business, it simply generates revenue from production," explains Carroll. High Peak's portfolio in Australia has a lot of exploration acreage but also includes income-producing royalties from operations in the USA. The company has more than $1 million cash on hand and, having no employees, runs very low-cost overheads which are met by existing revenue.
Ep. 107 | How to Hustle to the Top - Codie Sanchez, Entrepreneur, Speaker & Investor
 
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Think starting your own business and becoming a recognized personal brand while working full-time sounds impossible? Then you haven’t heard Codie Sanchez’s story yet. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/107 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
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Fracking at Tara - Who's Responsible?
 
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With a potential environmental disaster shoving its way forwards, a band of concerned environmentalists including Bob Irwin have been active in their efforts to stop coal seam gas mining. Tonnes of deadly toxins are being injected into the earth at alarming rates and the Darling Downs is poised to be wastelands. The Governments sit on their hands and count the money pouring into its coffers. Someone has to stop this abomination.
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Norm and Trudi Quicke of Kulin - Greener Horizons
 
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Norm and Trudi Quicke of Kulin are well on the way to planting 10% of their farm to oil mallees - to protect their stock and crops and halt salinity. Norm talks about how he has redesigned the farm to be more sustainable and hopes for a biomass bioenergy industry in the future. In Western Australia lies an area twice the size of Tasmania, called the Avon Wheatbelt. Of the 12 million hectares of land, approximately 8 million have been cleared. This extensive clearing has lead to environmental problems including wind and water erosion, salinity, and loss of habitat. Agriculture is the predominant industry for this region but with narrowing margins and a changing climate, many who live in the region are looking for other options to be able to keep farming while still looking after the environment. Industry scale planting of tree crops not only addresses these environmental issues but will provide sufficient resources for new industries. This will result in income diversification for farmers and increase local job opportunities. This video is of 5 Avon farming families telling their stories -- about how they are trying to heal the land while developing new and sustainable production systems for their future -- their children's future and the future of their communities. We would like to thank Wheatbelt NRM for their vision for the health and sustainability of the Avon Region and for their sponsorship of this production. Credits: Executive Producer Monica Durcan AVONGRO Wheatbelt Tree Cropping Incorporated http://www.avongro.com.au/ Produced by In Shot Productions Video Production Perth http://www.inshotproductions.com/ Featured Wheatbelt Farmers Michael Hogan, Bencubbin Ian Hall, Aldersyde Kingsley and Sandy Vaux, Ongerup Norm, Trudi and Macushla Quick, Kulin Andrew and Suzi Sprigg, Isabella, Katlin and Charli, Bonnie Rock Camera and Post Production Craig Turner Kristen Farlekas Additional Camera Serena Shaddick -- Living Juicy media Website Video & Optimisation by Clips Onsite Website Videos Perth, Western Australia http://www.clipsonsite.com.au/ For more information please visit: http://www.avongro.com.au/ http://www.wheatbeltnrm.org.au/
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Vancouver Oil Spill | Ricochet
 
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Anger and confusion has consumed the shore lines of the Coast Salish/Vancouver area this week as oil washes ashore from a grain tanker fuel spill on Wednesday April 8th
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Alan Jones - Superannuation tax reform - 06 Nov 2009
 
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Alan Jones comments on proposed superannuation tax reforms, and says we shouldnt be taxing income, savings or profits.
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Where the jobs are: Hot prospects for college grads
 
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Andre Jones is making more money a year and a half out of college than he ever would have solely on the merits of his geography degree. When the 25 year-old was laid off from his job as a digital mapper, he decided to do something about his nascent interest in building a website. Jones started taking online courses in coding languages, and spent the past summer at an intensive boot camp for coders. He had three job offers by the end of June. Now he makes double his previous technician salary as a developer for a Pittsburgh-based start-up called Geospatial Corporation. "The job market is really strong and they desperately need people," Jones says of the exponential growth in companies looking for anyone with tech, engineering and computer skills. And those aren't the only kinds of jobs companies are desperate to fill. Computer engineers, data analysts, physician assistants, software developers and petroleum engineers, to name a few, are expected to become the most lucrative and highest demand professions in the next three years, according to a USA TODAY analysis of workforce projections by Economic Modeling Specialists Intl., a division of CareerBuilder. .......
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Adam's Newstart Challenge - Day 3
 
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There are 9830 people in my electorate of Melbourne surviving on Newstart, Youth Allowance or - up until Labor pushed them onto the dole - Parenting Payments Single. They are doing it tough. I want to help draw attention to their plight and to the poverty levels in our wealthy country. I want my Parliamentary colleagues to back the Greens' push to lift Newstart and study allowances by $50/week. This week, like thousands of people in our wealthy nation, I will be trying to survive on $246.30. This is the Newstart Challenge. Follow my progress here: http://www.adambandt.com/newstartweek
Hearing: Federal Government Must Study Health Impact of Mountaintop Removal Mining
 
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A Congressional hearing this morning focused in part on efforts by Congressman John Yarmuth (KY-3) and others to study the health consequences of mountaintop removal coal mining. Displaying a bottle of contaminated water from the well of the Urias family in Eastern Kentucky, Yarmuth questioned Dr. Matthew Wasson, director of programs for Appalachian Voices, about the need for such a study. The hearing took place in the House Committee on Energy and Commerce's Subcommittee on Environment and the Economy. "They don't need a website in their community to know there's a health problem associated with that water," Yarmuth said of those who live near mountaintop removal mining sites. "If that were the drinking water here in Congress, we not only wouldn't drink it -- we would not stand for it." Despite more than 20 peer-reviewed studies showing correlations between increased health risks and mountaintop removal mining, the federal government has yet to conduct a single study on the health consequences of the practice, in which coal operators use heavy machinery and explosives to remove upper levels of mountains and access coal seams beneath. These operations often result in contamination of surrounding land and water supplies. This Congress, Yarmuth introduced H.R. 526, the Appalachian Community Health Emergency (ACHE) Act, which would halt permits for mountaintop removal mining operations until the federal government can study its health impacts on nearby communities and declare the practice safe. According to recent peer-reviewed research, people living near mountaintop removal coal mining sites have increased rates of cancer, birth defects, and mortality. Additionally, an analysis in the journal Science found communities near mountaintop removal coal mining sites experience higher rates of chronic heart, lung, and kidney disease, as well as higher levels of adult hospitalizations for chronic pulmonary disorders and hypertension.
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A Few Reasons Why Uranium Mining Should Remain Banned in Qld
 
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Chay Neal from The Widerness Society Queensland speaks out against uranium mining in Queensland at the protest to mark the first anniversary of the Newman government's overturning of their election commitment to keep the ban on uranium mining in place.
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Foreign land ownership raises tax questions
 
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Liberal Senator Bill Heffernan says he has concerns foreign countries can buy land in Australia and not pay tax on produce sent back to the home country.
The War on Terra - Canada vs Australia [RAP NEWS 17]
 
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It's 2013 and the world did not end by meteorite or by Mayan calendar. But fear not: we might just be able to get the job done ourselves. Join Robert Foster as he sets out to discover where Civilisation™ is making the fastest progress towards annihilation. In this edition of the Civilisation Report, Robert learns about Australia and Canada - two oft-neglected pioneers of peace, progress and prosperity - in conversation with our antipodean colonial correspondent Ken Oathcarn and his Canuck counterpart, Fagin Heighbard. Dear viewers, consider this a fair warning that in terms of language and affront to the dominant culture this could get fucking messy. - Written & created by Giordano Nanni & Hugo Farrant in a suburban backyard home-studio in Melbourne, Australia - on Wurundjeri Land. - Gratitude to our donors whose generosity has made this episode possible. SUPPORT the creation of new episodes of Juice Rap News, an independent show which relies on private donations: ‪http://thejuicemedia.com/donate or Bitcoin: 1HMPK1zFCLopAvNEvR3aehFU1tSvHeWkTS ** CONNECT with us: - Website: ‪http://thejuicemedia.com - Twitter: ‪http://twitter.com/juicerapnews - Farcebook: ‪https://www.facebook.com/juicerapnews ** DOWNLOAD: - FREE MP3: https://soundcloud.com/juice-rap-news/rn17-the-war-on http://thejuicemedia.com/video - LYRICS available here: ‪http://thejuicemedia.com/video/lyrics **CREDITS: - Main Beat: the appropriately titled "Dangerous Times" by Red Skull: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpC1WEmmBYU - Orchestral compositions: Adrian Sergovich (a legend) - Alien Song performed by Jonathan Dreyfus (another legend) and AC/Dickelback, with Justin Olsson (drums). Based on "Englishman in New York" by Sting. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jez Giddings and Craig Harnath at Hothouse Audio St. Kilda. Produced by Jez Giddings and Jonathan Dreyfus. - Tar Sands video footage: our deepest thanks to Chris of Tundra Punks for putting us in touch with the awesome film-makers who are raising awareness about Mordo...err the Tar Sands and whose footage was used in this episode: Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee, Elias and Adrianne from globalonenessproject.org (Cinematography: Emily Topper; Rob Humphries; Editing: Elias Koch; Footage courtesy of Elemental The Film LLC http://www.elementalthefilm.com); Eriel Deranger of Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation; H2Oil animations are courtesy of Shannon Walsh; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOk0Fyov_2A (Animations by James Braithwaite, Dale Hayward & Sylvie Trouves: http://www.h2oildoc.com) - Thanks to the one and only Franklin Lopez of http://submedia.tv (and Maude) for Canuck cultural consultation and advice. Make sure you check out his 'git'-wrenching film, END:CIV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hx-G1uhRqA - Video and music editing: Giordano - All rap vox by Hugo - Image and website assistance: Zoe Tame http://visualtonic.com.au - Props: Zoe Umlaut for creating our correspondents' microphones; and Sam for lending us his guitars. - Thanks to Lucy for assistance with filming and all-round production tasks! - Captions: Merci to Koolfy from la Quadrature du Net for creating the sync'd English captions for our episodes! ** TRANSLATIONS: - Thanks to Marjan Rizov for Macedonian translation - Thanks to Euclides and Vagner for Portuguese translation - Thanks to Julie Chatagnon for French translation - Thanks to Jonas Maebe for Dutch translation - Thanks to Tamara for Serbian translation - Thanks to Benjamin for German translation - Thanks to Oren Koriat for Hebrew translation - Thanks to Vojta Němec for Czech translation - Thanks to Esteban Ramírez for Spanish translation - Thanks to Hanan Mahmoud for Arabic translation - Thanks to KM for Finnish translation ** If you'd like to translate this episode into your language, please contact us via our website ‪http://thejuicemedia.com/contact ** IMPORTANT LINKS: History is happening! Here is information about what some humans are doing right now to help save what's left of our relationship with this planet. For more info about Tar Sands, Idle No More; the Kimberleys, Barrier reef, and CSG/Lock the Gate struggles: http://idlenomore.ca/ http://www.tarsandsblockade.org/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xenYLY5lU58 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPGjOSTW7oQ http://www.lockthegate.org.au/ http://www.getup.org.au/campaigns/coal-seam-gas/great-barrier-reef/save-the-reef if you're optimistic, make sure you watch this documentary: END:CIV: http://www.submedia.tv/endciv-2011/ The War on Terra: http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/War_on_Terra "Nations in top three for carbon emissions" (Dec 2012): http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/nation-in-top-three-for-carbon-emissions/story-e6frg6nf-1226528695247
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Housing shortage hits Gladstone
 
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A shortage of low-income housing has forced workers in the central Queensland port city of Gladstone to live in tents.

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