WA Fracking Inquiry

WA Fracking Inquiry

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Community members and anyone else with an interest in the future of Western Australia are urged to make comments and submissions to the WA Fracking Inquiry. 

You can make a quick (customisable) submission here, and we'll also have a submission writing guide available soon for more comprehensive submissions.

 

 

Community members and anyone else with an interest in the future of Western Australia are urged to make comments and submissions to the WA Fracking Inquiry. 

You can make a quick (customisable) submission here, and we'll also have a submission writing guide available soon for more comprehensive submissions.

 

 

Make a submission to the WA Fracking Inquiry

The WA Fracking Inquiry is seeking submissions from the public until March 19, 2018.  

Make sure the inquiry panel is not just hearing from the gas industry - send a quick submission using the email below.

Customise your submission to let the panel know how fracking could impact on your livelihood, health, environment, land, the food you eat or the water you drink.

A more detailed submission guide will be available ...

The WA Fracking Inquiry is seeking submissions from the public until March 19, 2018.  

Make sure the inquiry panel is not just hearing from the gas industry - send a quick submission using the email below.

Customise your submission to let the panel know how fracking could impact on your livelihood, health, environment, land, the food you eat or the water you drink.

A more detailed submission guide will be available soon, so you can get more information across. We will be holding submission writing workshops across WA in the new year.

 

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For more impact, we recommend you customise your submission and let the panel know where you live, how fracking could impact on your livelihood, health, environment, land, the food you eat or the water you drink.

The Independent Scientific Panel will publish all submissions on their website https://frackinginquiry.wa.gov.au/ under the name of the submitter. Even though contact details are required, the panel says they will not be published.

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