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  • Writer's pictureDavid Connolly

Images suggest land being cleared for cotton farming before permits granted

The Northern Territory is home to one of the world's last untouched tropical savannas. That fragile landscape and its rivers are now the new frontier for the nation's cotton industry. But satellite images suggest land clearing is taking place without a permit, raising questions about the Territory government's oversight. This report from Roxanne Fitzgerald and producer Hannah Meagher.

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