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A new study shows that koalas do not necessarily reintegrate into restored floral areas after mining.

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Animals “bear” the scars of disturbed landscapes

Restoring a disturbed landscape after mining is not a guarantee that the animals that once lived there will return, according to a new Australian study.

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Mackay Regional Councillor Laurence Bonaventura favours buffering zones at Boral’s Cedar Creek quarry that are eight metres high.

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Cedar Creek quarry requirements under notice

Boral’s Cedar Creek Quarry expansion is before the Mackay Regional Council again, with councillors failing to agree on a buffering zone.

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The old Pioneer Hillview Quarry at Arthurs Seat is being proposed as a future landfill site.

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Hillview landfill for Peninsula

A Victorian waste management company is proposing to use an old granite quarry site at Arthurs Seat as a landfill and could have it operating within two years. Read more »


 


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