Working hand in hand with the Nanda people

The Murchison Green Hydrogen team acknowledges that our facility will be located on the traditional lands of the Nanda people. We recognise the Aboriginal people as the first and continuing custodians of Australia and pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of the land, the Nanda people, and their Elders – past, present and emerging.

Our positive working relationship with the Nanda people stretches back to 2021 and we remain committed to ensuring respect for the Nanda people, their Elders, their communities, and their culture.

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Land Use Agreement

We are actively working with the Nanda Aboriginal Corporation to develop an Indigenous Land Use Agreement that will include business, employment, and training opportunities.

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Reconciliation Action Plan

We appreciate the Nanda people as the keepers of the land and sea and honour their unique spiritual connection. We’ve adopted Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan to underscore our appreciation.

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Heritage Site Surveys

We work with Aboriginal heritage monitors and monitored representatives of the Nanda people to ensure registered and potential heritage sites on the land are respected.

Protecting heritage while transitioning to renewable energy

Murchison Green Hydrogen is committed to fighting climate change and participating in the energy transition. As part of this journey, MGH acknowledges that First Nations people are the world’s oldest living culture and recognises the need to protect Aboriginal cultural heritage.

We acknowledge and pay respect to First Nations’ people and, in particular, we acknowledge and pay respect to the Nanda people as the Traditional Owners of the Country on which our project is proposed. We support the local Nanda community in their continuing efforts to protect, maintain and celebrate their heritage and culture.

Throughout both the construction and operation of Murchison Green Hydrogen, MGH is looking forward to working with First Nations people and businesses in relation to the employment and business opportunities presented by the project, including in relation to Aboriginal cultural heritage protection.

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