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Constitution

August 12, 2016 - ...the Register of Environmental Organisations published by the Commonwealth Department responsible for the environment (i) The Association shall inform the Department responsible for the environment as soon as possible if: (i) it changes its name or the name of its public fund; or (ii) there is any change to the membership of the management committee of the public fund; or (iii) there has been any departure from the model rules for public funds as outlined in the guidelines of the Register of Environmental Organisations. (j) The Association agrees to comply with any rules that the Treasurer and the Minister with...

Scientific Advisory Committee

October 6, 2020 - ...genetic iron overload diseases. Professor Powell was awarded Alumnus of the Year for 1999 by The University of Queensland, the Premier’s Millennium Award for Excellence in Health for 2000, named a “Queensland Great” in the Premier’s awards 2002, and awarded a Centenary Medal by the Commonwealth of Australia, 2003. His most recent accolade was the 2008 Distinguished Achievement Award by the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, the only Australian and only the third person outside North America to have received this award. Close biography Fiona Stanley AC Read biography Fiona Stanley AC is the founding Director of...

Transgenic Pea that Made Mice ill

December 16, 2005 - ...addition, the transgenic protein promoted immune reactions against multiple other proteins in the diet. The detailed findings are reviewed in the report below. As practically all the transgenic proteins involve cross-species gene transfer, they will be subjected to different post-translational processing, and hence they too, will have the potential to become immunogenic. And yet, none of the transgenic proteins that have been commercially approved has been tested. This omission is a most serious public health issue. We call on you to impose an immediate ban on all GM food and feed until proper assessment on the immunogenicity of all the...

Media release: Australiaโ€™s peak medical groups unite for a climate-focussed healthy recovery from COVID-19

August 11, 2020 - ...The letter is signed by Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA), the Australian Medical Association (AMA), The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP), The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP), The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM), The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP), The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG), Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM), College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM), and Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA). The letter states, in part: The world is in the middle of two global health emergencies: the viral pandemic and...

UN Convention Recognises GM Tree Threat

June 1, 2006 - ...are shared by many forestry experts and civil society organisations around the world, such as the World Rainforest Movement, the Union of Ecoforesty, the Global Justice Ecology Project, Via Campesina, the Independent Science Panel (see “Save our Forests” series SIS 26) and the International Forum on Biodiversity. Delegates from these organisationshad lobbied hard at international meetings leading up to the latest CBD declaration, which is part of a wider commitment to a road map that significantly reduces the rate of biodiversity loss by 2010, in line with the 2002 World Summit for Sustainable Development (WSSD). Women destroy GM seedlings Feelings...

Argentinaโ€™s Roundup Human Tragedy

November 17, 2010 - ...turned blue and Peralta herself suffered respiratory problems. Peralta said, “When I saw my baby like that, I said [11], “Enough. This cannot go on.” State commission reports birth defects up fourfold in ten years Shortly after the residents’ court victory, a commission of the provincial government of Chaco state reported that between 2000 and 2009, the rate of childhood cancers tripled in La Leonesa and the birth defects increased nearly fourfold over the entire province [12]. These staggering rises in disease coincided with the expansion of the agricultural frontier into Chaco province and the resulting rise in agrochemical use....

Wind Turbine Syndrome: mass hysteria in the 21st Century?

June 8, 2012 - ...UK’s Health Protection Agency concluded there was no evidence that infrasound was harmful to health. Those affected are shy of providing their medical histories It’s an open secret that several of the most complaining people in the Waubra district of Victoria are known by neighbours to have had long-standing health problems which preceded turbine construction in the district. Such people’s medical histories are therefore of great relevance to the question of whether the turbines caused the problems they complain about. In a recent case in Canada, lawyers for the wind farm company concerned requested that all those complaining of health...

Mining is digging the heart out of conservation covenants

May 30, 2012 - ...conserve the biodiversity of the property. In this situation the government can still exercise their mineral rights. If the government does exercise their mineral rights, they create an inequitable distribution of the costs and benefits. The landholder pays to maintain biodiversity on behalf of the government and community. But the landholder does not personally derive any ongoing benefits of mineral extraction; the government and third parties get all the benefit. Governments need to choose: mining or conservation From a conservation perspective, the ecological benefits of the covenant are lessened or negated once there is mining on the land. From a...

Scientists Concerned For Academic Freedom over GM foods

November 25, 2009 - ...long-term animal feeding trial to gain data on the safety or otherwise of GM food crops”. Far from welcoming the study, the biotech industry sought to block it, initially by writing to the WA government in an effort to get the government to reverse its funding decision, then by either refusing to supply GM crops to the research team or placing such onerous conditions upon the supply of the GM crops that the researchers could not sign up to the conditions [2]. In addition, the lead scientist has been subjected to a sustained campaign of vilification and harassment by commercial...

Behind the Seams: whoโ€™s asking questions about coal seam gas and health?

March 15, 2012 - ...rapidly expanding coal seam gas industry? You would have thought a booklet on CSG distributed recently to householders by the Queensland government would have talked about whether this industry would affect their health. But there was not a word about health. In the close relationship between industry and government, where government gives industry the right to override citizens’ rights to their land and industry promises cash-strapped governments a windfall, who is really ensuring the health of the environment, the health of our citizens and the health of future generations? The CSG industry calls for definite proof of health effects, just...

The Rally at Acland to oppose the Injustices of a Coal Mine

March 6, 2012 - ...this the people of Acland, Jondaryan and Oakey have done on their own. Despite all this effort, every day the people of the nearby towns have to worry about the safety of their drinking water, put up with the health effects of dust levels above national standards, and being awakened by the explosions at the mine while they sleep. I found that their continued struggle, despite the continued obstacles they face, to be a very moving example of resilience, but I was also aware that the situation over the past decade has resulted in untold amounts of stress. As we...

Little by little: the benefits of Australian climate policy

July 21, 2012 - ...a fixed levy on the 500 highest emitters and is returned to householders as tax cuts and increased social security, to alternative energy schemes and as compensation to energy producers and intensive energy industries. So the $10 billion stays in the economy. Net costs occur in making the adjustment and in accounting costs not covered by compensation; these are comparatively small. There are distributional effects. The economy constantly experiences similar dynamics as industry, technology, and the economy all change under the influence of globalization. Arguing that a $1.3 trillion economy using fossil fuels is robust, and a $1.3 trillion economy...

Western Australia to Grow GM Crops

January 30, 2010 - ...Given that these trials were designed only to determine if GM canola could be segregated from non-GM canola, the success of the trials can, at best, be described as relevant only to the growing of the crop under the highly specific protocols that applied to the trials, not to the unrestricted growing of the crop that will be permitted as a result of this week’s decision. Importantly, the 2009 trials did not specifically set out to determine the comparative economic performance of GM versus non-GM varieties. The only comprehensive and independent comparative trials have been the Grains Research and Development...

Newcastleโ€™s T4 project puts short-term profit before health

September 6, 2012 - ...have taken note of the assessments of others. The issues associated with the project are the air pollution from the coal loader and from the large increase in coal wagons traversing the city. Noise from the trains and the loader is also a public health issue and is already a cause for community complaint. The assessment uses inadequate data and modelling to indicate that there will be only a minimal increase in the particulates in the air from the T4 project. This opinion is seriously flawed. The baseline year of 2010 used in calculations was relatively unpolluted compared to the...

Europeโ€™s Uprising Against GMOs and Patents on Life

May 27, 2009 - ...Germany and can even ruin beekeepers.” The left-wing Berliner Zeitung wroes: “The new studies don’t show any new risks – they simply prove that the old warning about the risks was justified. It’s a scandal that the subsequent ban was even necessary because the farming of genetically modified plants had been permitted without a thorough examination of all the possible dangers.” Germany, the most populous country in the European Union (EU) ranking fourth in land area, is also its most influential and economically powerful member nation. Monsanto applied for an emergency ruling to overturn the ban to allow for its...

Brown coal, carbon capture and storage and the Victorian government

May 21, 2012 - The most recent setback to efforts to reduce greenhouse emission is the push from the Victorian government to develop brown coal resources. The basis for this is to export it – and leave the importing nations to account for the emissions. The proposal is tacitly supported by the notion that clean coal technology (CCS) is ‘coming’ and will improve the efficiency of burning brown coal. There have been several spectacular failures to develop the technology and we are left with the realisation that continued government funding for its development may be just a front to continue mining and polluting. The...

Board

August 12, 2016 - ...of NSW. He spent time training in many rural areas of NSW as well as completing his rheumatology training in Leiden in the Netherlands where it was obvious that the community is healthier without being dependent on cars. He has lived in the Hunter for over 18 years and has seen the Hunter Valley change dramatically with the increase in coal mining. He previously set up the Fracture Liaison Service in the Hunter New England Area Health Service but is now focused on the impacts of climate change on our health. John believes that one of the solutions to climate...

Coalโ€™s Control of Government

August 11, 2011 - ...the place of punishment ‘for the most turbulent and refractory characters’. The government retained control of the coal mines in the new colony until 1828 when, amidst much controversy, the Australian Agricultural Company (AAC) was granted land in the middle of Newcastle and the monopolistic control of coal in the colony. The AAC eventually lost its monopoly privileges in 1847 and in the next couple of years government policies were dramatically changed in line with the conviction that ‘the interests of the Colony would be best served by affording the utmost encouragement to the raising of coal’. Governments throughout Australia’s...