Monday, April 15, 2013

'How We Stopped James Price Point Gas Hub' |

'How We Stopped James Price Point Gas Hub' |
If they had tried to start the next stage of works at the site, involving disturbance of Aboriginal burial sites, there would have been even larger protests at a local, national and international level. This would have further damaged their corporate images.

So when the companies, politicians and media say it was costs that killed the project, what they mean is that the reputational and associated costs of a grounded, growing and effective community opposition were too great for them to contemplate.

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