34%
Yes
66%
No
23%
Yes
53%
No
11%
Yes, but increase environmental restrictions and oversight
9%
No, more research needs to be done to ensure there is no groundwater contamination
1%
Yes, as long as the projects are far away from residential areas
3%
No, we should provide more funding for renewable energy instead

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 @4W3GBYBfrom New South Wales answered…4yrs4Y

NO coal seam gas and No mining.. This rape and pillage of our country has got to stop.. The people doing it can not be trusted any more than the politicians giving permission to do the right thing

 @8HBV7GKanswered…4yrs4Y

As long as the projects are far away from residential areas and environmental restrictions

 @9M8CT84answered…3wks3W

Both for yes. 1) Yes, but increase environmental restrictions and oversight. 2) Yes, as long as the projects are far away from residential areas.

 @9L49HYPanswered…2mos2MO

in public housing as they are uniportant and force migrant workers to work on them as they are rude and children need to be taught how to work. also, send the women to the houses to clean using the gas.

 @9HZMX3Banswered…5mos5MO

Australia should be working to transition away from non-renewables. however not at the cost to the economy, this is why Australia needs to be working closer with larger states to achieve this in a realistic way. Stop telling Australian that renewables are 10 years away. I work with renewable energy, misinformation around it is the problem. not the technology.

 @9D2XN4Qanswered…10mos10MO

Yes. If we ban coal projects thousands of jobs will be lost and the economy will collapse. Resulting in mass homelessness and unemployment.

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