Interim Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam gas and Coal Mining

Interim Committee activities

Disclaimer

The Interim Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam Gas and Coal Mining ceased operating in November 2012 when the statutory Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam Gas and Large Coal Mining Development was established.

The Interim Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam Gas and Coal Mining website is no longer being updated and maintained but remains here as an archive for your information.

Interim Committee meetings

The Interim Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam Gas and Coal Mining met on a monthly basis to discuss its work program. This included providing advice, scoping research and identifying areas and the process for undertaking bioregional assessments. Meeting outcomes were reported by the publication of a communiqué and meeting minutes.

2012 Interim Committee meeting and workshop dates
Title Date Location
Meeting One 17 January 2012 Canberra
Workshop One 6-7 February 2012 Brisbane
Meeting Two 22 February 2012 Sydney
Workshop Two 19-20 March 2012 Sydney
Meeting Three 26 March 2012 Canberra
Meeting Four 18-19 April 2012 Canberra
Meeting Five 16 May 2012 Canberra
Meeting Six 20-21 June 2012 Canberra
Meeting Seven 18-19 July 2012 Canberra

Meeting details:

Meeting 7: 18-19 July 2012, Canberra

Meeting 6: 20-21 June 2012, Canberra

Meeting 5: 16 May 2012, Canberra

Meeting 4: 18-19 April 2012, Canberra

Meeting 3: 26 March 2012, Canberra

Meeting 2: 22 February 2012, Sydney

Meeting 1: 17 January 2012, Canberra

Interim Committee workshops

The Interim Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam Gas and Coal Mining held two workshops to determine initial research priorities and the proposed bioregional assessments. At these workshops, the Interim Committee received input from state governments, industry groups, research providers, community groups and natural resource management bodies. The workshops provided a forum to assess the current situation and inform identification of initial areas for bioregional assessments and research. The workshops contributed to determining the priority streams for research and knowledge acquisition and discussed the best practice and methodology for conducting bioregional assessments.

Workshop 2

Workshop 1

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