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The Adelaide Story and the Precautionary Principle (film 9)

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Uploaded on Feb 21, 2011

Why don't the No shippers just give up and accept the scuttling on April 13, just a a few weeks away? Good question.

Maybe we should look around and see how dangerous our natural world has become.

Maybe we need to act with new levels of caution. This film lists real concerns which call on the precautionary principle.

Dr. Tony Adams, former Chief medical officer of Australia is sure that the precautionary principle should be applied when deciding whether to scuttle the Adelaide as a dive site or not.

The NSAG team, Quentin Riley, Ben Smith and Michelle Meares, follow up with the facts, the arguments as to why the precautionary principle should be invoked.

Their careful compilation of all that is wrong with this ship from a public health and environmental point of view, will shock those who've believed the ship is clean.

For what to do. Go to; http://noship.com.au/
Also, write to Chris Hartcher and to Ian Kiernan, Clean up Australia.

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