NSW coal miners engage in landmark stakeholder survey

Miners in the Upper Hunter Valley of New South Wales have engaged with stakeholders by commissioning a stakeholder survey to start a dialogue on the impacts of coal mining. The survey, commissioned by the New South Wales Minerals Council (NSWMC) shows stakeholders are broadly concerned with public health, environment and economic issues and want more interaction with mining companies.

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