More than 99% of ‘disturbed’ mining land still needs repair – The Queensland Times

EXCLUSIVE MINING has disturbed a whopping 220,000 hectares of Queensland land, yet just 550ha or 0.25 per cent has been properly rehabilitated. Government data shows just 18,000ha, eight per cent, of the 220,000ha total has been “progressively rehabilitated”. For scale, the proposed Adani mega-mine is expected to disturb 28,000ha that will need to be rehabilitated…

More than 99% of ‘disturbed’ mining land still needs repair | South … – The South Burnett Times

EXCLUSIVE MINING has disturbed a whopping 220,000 hectares of Queensland land, yet just 550ha or 0.25 per cent has been properly rehabilitated. Government data shows just 18,000ha, eight per cent, of the 220,000ha total has been “progressively rehabilitated”. For scale, the proposed Adani mega-mine is expected to disturb 28,000ha that will need to be rehabilitated…

More than 99% of ‘disturbed’ mining land still needs repair – Gladstone Observer

EXCLUSIVE MINING has disturbed a whopping 220,000 hectares of Queensland land, yet just 550ha or 0.25 per cent has been properly rehabilitated. Government data shows just 18,000ha, eight per cent, of the 220,000ha total has been “progressively rehabilitated”. For scale, the proposed Adani mega-mine is expected to disturb 28,000ha that will need to be rehabilitated…

More than 99% of ‘disturbed’ mining land still needs repair – Bundaberg News Mail

EXCLUSIVE MINING has disturbed a whopping 220,000 hectares of Queensland land, yet just 550ha or 0.25 per cent has been properly rehabilitated. Government data shows just 18,000ha, eight per cent, of the 220,000ha total has been “progressively rehabilitated”. For scale, the proposed Adani mega-mine is expected to disturb 28,000ha that will need to be rehabilitated…

Ameritech Financial Encourages First-Generation College Students to Persevere in the Face of Debt – PR Newswire (press release)

ROHNERT PARK, Calif., March 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The benefits of having a college degree, not the least of which include increased earnings potential for college graduates, have been well-documented. First-generation students may be especially excited to see increased earnings in their future and to experience that social mobility. However, because of the high costs…