Let's try to calculate the true costs of the GPT coal export terminal. Aside from the very serious concerns about dust, diesel fumes, possible maritime spills, fisheries disruption etc. Specifically I would suggest a thorough review of the estimated CO2 emmisions of the coal that is shipped from the proposed GPT terminal when it is (burned in China for energy). And that those emmisions be added to the EIS. Those figures should then be used to calculate GPT's (share) on a percentage basis on global warming. And an extrapolation from that impact should be made for the costs in real dollars in terms of wildfires, crop loss, effects of polar ice melt and its corresponding rise of sea levels, hurricanes, desertification, species extinction including fisheries losses, human population migration and resulting chaos (due to sea level rise).