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Made by Martin Bannard these visuals hope to get your attention on the coal seam gas fracking in Queensland issue. Anyone who want to eat and drink safely in 5 years should pay attention to this story. There are 206 permits pending. Farmers are turning revolutionaries and don't like doing so. It is an unbelievable story. Read up on it: http://www.getup.org.au/campaigns/coal-seam-gas/csg-ad-petition/dont-risk-coal-seam-gas

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Comment by Scarlett on March 21, 2012 at 18:15

Hi Gabrielle

Photos get lost in the mix pretty easily. Your best bet would be to start up a discussion in the forum.

Featured photos become the ones that go through the slideshow on the main page.

SJP

Comment by Elaine de Saxe on March 20, 2012 at 20:53

Apparently there's several different ways of viewing this forum. I do the (what seems to me) the  simple thing of logging in and scrolling down to the list of newer posts. That way I get to see everything new since I logged on last time. That's OK for me, I have some spare time but for the workers among us who logon once daily or less there must be other ways of catching up. Possibly Scarlett could send a note to everyone pointing to the article. One of the issues also could be a lack of any real knowledge about what works to protest apart from travelling to (for example) Tara or Scenic Rim to stakeout. Few would have the time and both major parties are in favour of csg so it's not even a Queensland election issue - it's like the whole issue has fallen between the cracks.

Comment by gabrielle austerberry on March 20, 2012 at 18:50

what does it mean when a photo gets featured here? Who sees it? I don't understand the lack of response to our entries on CSG

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