Qld premier could 'make history' by rejecting CCS for Great Artesian Basin

Alison Paterson
Updated April 8 2024 - 12:22pm, first published April 5 2024 - 8:00pm
A delegation led by QFF CEO Jo Shepard met with premier Steven Miles on April 5 to urge him to reject the proposed carbon capture and storage project planned for the Great Artesian Basin. Picture: Supplied
A delegation led by QFF CEO Jo Shepard met with premier Steven Miles on April 5 to urge him to reject the proposed carbon capture and storage project planned for the Great Artesian Basin. Picture: Supplied

Queensland premier Steven Miles has an opportunity to be a visionary and show he can be a great leader by rejecting any carbon capture projects and protect the Great Artesian Basin for the nation, according to Queensland Farmers' Federation CEO Jo Sheppard.

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