TREE, Vol. 9, Issue 12
Editorial- Developer puppet councillors and/or council bureaucrats call the shots; Kings Forest and Cobaki Lakes – Concept Plan Applications, Councillor Katie Milne on the inadequacies of the development proposals; Repco Rally Australia- inappropriate to say the least; The Issue of Public Consultation- interpreting power relationships; Dear Council- … please explain; NSW Spin Doctors Find Another Frog to Save- tosh served up in the promotion of the Repco Australia Rally; Community is security- a Transition Initiative is a community working together to face the coming crisis; Bay Street- where is the transparency recommended by the Bulford and Daly Inquiries?; Hands Off Country- help the Kimberley; Submission by the CEC to the NSW DoP- objecting to the ‘Developer’ Proposals for Cobaki Lakes and Kings Forest, we don’t think golf courses are appropriate ecological buffers; Stirring the Calderan- renewable futures.
TREE, the Tweed River Environmental Echo, is the newsletter of the Caldera Environment Centre.
To view TREE, Vol. 9, Issue 12: TREEMagazine Autumn2009
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