AUSTRALIA | 2016 | 24 min
Filmmaker: Jane Hammond

In Western Australia a high stakes battle is underway to protect land, water and health from the unconventional gas industry and fracking. With more than 50 million hectares of the state under licence or application from oil and gas companies, communities from the Kimberley to the south west are standing up against the might of the fracking industry and its government backers. Communities have learnt from the mistakes of the US and fighting to protect the water resources of one of the driest places on the planet. But time is running out.

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