Stop the Adani-Carmichael mega coal mine

Is the prospect of jobs and growth worth it?
Is the prospect of jobs and growth worth it? Photo: AAP

Sign a petition at to stop the Adani-Carmichael mega coal mine, a project set to stream 60 million tonnes of coal per year out of Queensland’s Galilee Basin and into Adani owned Indian coal burning power plants. Each signed petition will send a letter to Minister for Natural Resources and Northern Australia Matthew Canavan objecting to the decision to allocate one billion dollars of taxpayer’s money to the Adani-Carmichael project and to reconsider their conditional approval.

Read more about the Adani Carmichael mine from Quentin Dempster at The New Daily. is a grassroots environmental movement which seeks to make international leaders accountable for climate change and state-level actions which contribute to it. Click on the link to learn more.

Quentin Dempster is a Walkley Award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster with decades of experience. He is a veteran of the ABC newsroom and has worked with a number of print titles including the Sydney Morning Herald. He was awarded an Order of Australia in 1992 for services to journalism.

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