40,000-Year-Old Songline Carvings Threatened by Gas Pipeline

March 2, 2023

Indigenous Australians are fighting to preserve historical carvings, called Songlines. The Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia is home to more than a million rock carvings, some dating back over 40,000 years. Those carvings are under threat by plans to build a liquified gas pipeline and a $2.7 billion chemical plant. An organization called Save our Songlines says it opposes more development on the land to prevent “damaging our Songlines, our rock art, our health and our climate.” 

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