Council green lights house on future mining land, according to documents

Council green lights house on future mining land, according to documents

The government has approved granting the state permission to use an 895-acre mining site in north-west Queensland for a new large-scale coal mine but the Department of Forests and Forests has not confirmed wh바카라ether it will proceed.

The document, the first since October and signed by senior bushfire and climate justice officer Tom Stedden on August 17, grants the 카지노 사이트state permission for the project in Westport – the largest of five proposed coal mines and more than twice the size of the existing mine in West Cone.

Westport will be the site of the largest single coal mine in Australia and a major source of coal in the country for up to 50 years. It can produce more than two million tonnes of coal every year which could also supply gas and electricity.

“The project is likely to contribute substantially to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through reduced emissions from burning coal on site, while potentially reducing the impact on wildlife on site,” the document says.

In response to questions from the ABC, the Department of Forests and Forests sai바카라d it would wait for the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection to publish its draft environmental assessment before commenting further on any application for a potential licence.