Files observed by the ABC expose ongoing worries between conventional homeowners around a $4.5 billion fertiliser plant on Western Australia’s Burrup Peninsula regardless of the company saying the undertaking has the blessing of elders.
- Perdaman suggests it has finished considerable consultation with common entrepreneurs
- Minutes from a conference with stakeholders demonstrate ongoing fears from elders about the relocation of rock artwork
- The WA govt remains committed to its assistance for the venture
If the Perdaman undertaking goes forward, it will remove and relocate a few sacred rock art web sites.
Murujga Aboriginal Corporation (MAC) minutes dated January 31