Fair Projects is excited to announce that they will be producing the media for Sea Shepherds upcoming campaign, ‘Operation Kimberley Miinimbi’.
Former Greens leader Bob Brown is joining Sea Shepherd in this campaign against the $35 billion Browse gas hub project near Broome in Western Australia, which if built, will destroy a huge amount of unique, pristine, and ecologically important land.
“Woodside has already started drilling into reefs and to enable the big ships to come in, there would be further drilling and dredging up to 6 km out to sea. A jetty several kilometres long would also be constructed.
This area is the biggest humpback nursery in the world. Blue whales also pass through to calve further north of the spot. Constructing the gas factories and port would mean noise pollution, destruction of habitat and also boat strikes to whales. If the gas factories went ahead it would open the door to the industrialisation of other parts of the region and could lead to coal and uranium shipments out of the Kimberley wilds.”
Fair Projects will be sailing with Sea Shepherd throughout the entire campaign as they bring the worlds attention to this situation.
To find out more, visit www.seashepherd.org, and keep your eye on our Facebook page in order to stay up to date with the campaign.