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Garrett treads cautiously on LNG hub

The federal government says there is still some way to go before a proposed liquefied natural gas project in the Kimberley region is approved.

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Broome
The Kimberley's unique and majestic environment, and its valuable cultural heritage should be left intact so that it can provide wealth to Traditional Owners long after the 30 year life-span of the gas hub. This industry will pollute with atmospheric discharges of CO2 equivalent to putting 2 million cars onto Australian roads. It will emit cancer causing gases such as benzene, cyclohexane, toluene and ethylbenzine. This is not the way forward.

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