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Albrecht G. Solastalgia: a new concept in human health and identity. Philosophy Activism Nature. 2005;3:341-55.

Australian Government. 2021 Intergenerational Report. Canberra: Australian Government; Jun 2021.

Campbell R. Seeing through the dust: Coal in the Hunter Valley economy Policy Brief No. 62. Canberra: The Australia Institute; June 2014.

Carrington K. The resource boom’s underbelly: Criminological impacts of mining development. Australian and New Zealand. Journal of Criminology. 2011; doi.org/10.1177/0004865811419068.

Centre for Epidemiology and Research. 2007–2008 Report on Child Health from the New South Wales Population Health Survey. Sydney: NSW Department of Health; 2010.

Denniss R. Stop believing in fairytales: Australia’s coal industry doesn’t employ many people or pay its fair share of tax. The Guardian. Wed 23 Dec 2020.

Environmental Justice Australia. Clearing the air – Why Australia urgently needs effective national air pollution laws. Carlton, VIC: Environmental Justice Australia; 2014.

Gregory X. Aboriginal heritage sites identified in controversial coal exploration zones in NSW. ABC News Central West, 17 Jun 2021.

Independent expert scientific committee on coal seam gas and large coal mining development (IESC). Monitoring and management of subsidence induced by longwall coal mining activity. Canberra: Australian Govertment Department of the Environment; Aug 2015.

Jayasundara D, Heitkamp T, Mayzer R, et al. Exploratory Research on the Impact of the Growing Oil Industry in North Dakota and Montana on Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking: A Final Summary Overview. National Institute of Justice Award Number 2013-ZD-CX-0072. 2016.

Markman J. These Are the Robots That Will Mine In Hell. Forbes. July 14, 2017.

Mabbott N, Cornwell D, Lloyd B, Koszelak A. Crashes on the way to and from coal mines in New South Wales, Report for ARRB Group Ltd. No date.

McCarthy P. Transitioning communities dependent on coal mining in NSW Briefing Paper No 1/2021. Sydney, Australia; 2021.

Nine News. NSW mine company fined $65,000 for pollution. NBN News, 19 May 2014.

NSW Department of Industry Resources & Energy. Hawkins Rumker Project Review of Environmental Factors. Maitland, NSW: NSW Department of Industry Resources & Energy; Aug 2015.

NSW Health. Respiratory and cardiovascular disease and cancer in the Hunter New England Area Health Service, Sydney. NSW Health: Sydney; 2010. 

NSW Threatened Species Scientific Committee. Alteration of habitat following subsidence due to longwall mining, final determination. NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment; 2005.

Power Consulting Incorporated. The social costs of mining. Missoula, Montana; 2019.

NSW Government. Strategic Release Framework for Coal and Petroleum Exploration. NSW Governement; no date.

Independent Commission Against Corruption NSW. Reducing the opportunities and incentives for corruption in the state’s management of coal resources. Sydney: ICAC; 2013.

Australian Government. 2016 Cencus. Canberra: Australian Government; Released at 11:30 AM (AEST) 23/10/2017.

Gregory X. NSW government blamed for destruction of world-renowned ecology by approving coal mines near Blue Mountains. ABC Central West.. 30 Apr 2021.

Smyth G. Hunter mine slapped with $65,000 fine for water pollution. NBN News. 19 May 2014.

EarthScapes Consulting Pty Ltd. Western Coalfields Strategic Release Mapping and Analysis.  Mullumbimby Creek NSW: EarthScapes Consulting Pty Ltd; May 2021

NSW Bionet. Public Report of all Valid Records of Threatened (listed on BC Act 2016) or Commonwealth listed Entities in Mid-Western Regional Local Governament Area. NSW Government Dept of Environment and Heritage; viewed 10/07/2021.

Hepburn S. Rio Tinto just blasted away an ancient Aboriginal site. Here’s why that was allowed. SBS News. 28/05/2020.