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Bob Brown Aug 20
Engineering and consultancy firm Aurecon has severed all commercial ties with Indian energy company Adani and its controversial $2 billion Carmichael project after being targeted by anti-coal activists.
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Galilee Blockade Aug 20
PREMIER LIED TO PARLIAMENT - “If her claims were true, police would have laid extra charges and produced evidence in court. This clearly hasn’t happened." activists 💚💚💚 rescue personnel, rely on them for safety.
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ACF Aug 20
Wise decision by engineering and consultancy firm to listen to the Australian community and dump Adani 👏🏼👏🏿👏🏼 It’s time for to rule out any work on Adani’s coal project too. ?
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💧@inquisitorrex Aug 20
How good is activism!? Support the protesters, the brave people taking action are the ones trying to salvage a workable future for our children. Aurecon cuts ties with Adani amid pressure from activists
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Jo Birtus Aug 18
- How one billionaire could keep three countries hooked on coal for decades | ET EnergyWorld
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Mike Cannon-Brookes 👨🏼‍💻🧢 18h
So says Aurecon are being bullied by activists... then gives a public speech bullying Aurecon as “weak willed”, “fair weather friends”, “weak as piss, “a bunch of bedwetters” & they should be “shunned and shamed.” Interesting way to role model leadership 🤔
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Market Forces Aug 18
The has discovered our Adani List web site only two years after it was first published. You can find out which unethical companies are helping Adani destroy the Earth's liveable here:
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Jo Birtus Aug 18
Call for Australia's Pacific membership to be suspended over coal via
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Stop Adani Aug 12
Insurance companies are abandoning coal because it's the #1 cause of the climate crisis - driving more intense floods, storms, bushfires and sea level rise. Insurers that back coal could soon face litigation for fuelling these climate disasters.
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💧John Locker 2h
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Fight For Our Reef Aug 15
🎉Rail company GWA has refused to help Adani haul coal from its destructive mine 🙌Yet another set back for Adani as companies side with the majority of Australians who want to see Galilee Basin stay in the ground to protect our beautiful Reef
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Galilee Blockade Aug 19
plan draconian laws to restrict peaceful and protest. Our grandparent crew in Brisbane lived through the Joh Bjelke-Peterson era and are already developing stealth earnings to hide things from strip searching police 🤣 ✊
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Liisa Rusanen 8h
At GHD Coffs Harbour office calling on them to rule out building Adani’s dirty coal mine
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💧⌛Audrey Cooke 🏳️‍🌈 Aug 20
has walked away from the Carmichael project! Thank you . . Now . do the right thing by your employees and majority of Australian.
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Bill McKibben Aug 15
Great report from the on how corrupt govts and massive subsidies are struggling to somehow keep the coal industry afloat.
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Lock the Gate Aug 20
Aurecon is the latest in a long list of companies that no longer want anything to do with Adani. Politicians may not be listening, but most organisations realise how risky it is to deal with this polluting, dodgy international mining giant.
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Bernadette McPhee Aug 20
Global engineering firm Aurecon cuts ties with Adani amid pressure from activists
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Brad 11h
NO NEW MINES. Anna’s reckless destruction of the environment will destroy our ecosystems, agriculture, economy and livelihoods.
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Emma Kennedy 11h
Day59: Meet the . Sea fans like Meli are a type of or "soft coral" (whoosh them and they're rubbery unlike regular stony coral). The biggest global threat to the reefy home of animals like Meli is
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𝕛𝕒𝕣𝕒p𝕒𝕣𝕚𝕝𝕝𝕒 Aug 20
Replying to @couriermail
You missed the real story: corrupt politicians on the take, wasting our taxes on wars for profit, while farmers have no water and kids go hungry.
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