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Global green energy hub in WA knocked back over toxic ‘dead zone’ risk

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The amount of seabed disturbed was to be 345 hectares instead of the original 15 in an area home to conservation-significant species, with Eighty Mile Beach an important rookery for the vulnerable flatback turtle and green and dwarf sawfish.

The company had realised the project could generate…



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