Selected reports and submissions on Gunns proposed Tamar valley pulp mill are organised by category.
The risks of the Tamar valley pulp mill for investors, the community, tourism, fishing, farming, businesses, taxpayers and the government are described in Pulp finance.
The TAP Community Impacts Response submission to the Resource Planning and Development Commission (RPDC) takes a whole-of-systems perspective and comments on all impacts of the proposed mill and wood supply and not just those within the terms of reference as given to the RPDC by the Government.
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1. Fact sheets and charts showing the essentials
TAP produced a series of fact sheets and charts describing significant impacts of the proposed pulp mill and its wood supply on the economy, environment and population of Tasmania. These impacts are largely being ignored by the Government and the proponent.
Key letters from TAP Into a Better Tasmania to government bodies and others. Click on the link to see the full letter.
Dear Mr. Kelty,