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Grey Power Climate Protectors Apr 23
In case you’d forgotten, THIS is why we must
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Stop Adani Apr 22
Hey , the two-thirds of Australians who want to are not "bullies". They're people who are terrified about global warming and want you to have a credible climate policy that stops Adani and other new coal projects going ahead.
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350Australia Apr 18
“But ... it would then have to be true was saving the poor. It isn’t. It’s just hurting them. Mumbai – the only place Adani is an electricity provider in India – experienced a 50% increase in its electricity bills after Adani took over.
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Galilee Blockade Apr 21
Give it up Adani. You are not welcome here.
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Bob Brown Apr 20
Anti-Adani convoy grabs huge support in Sydney via
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Lock the Gate Apr 17
The groundwater approval process has been revealed as a politically motivated sham. We demand an urgent halt to the Adani mine assessment process.
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Stop Adani Apr 23
How can justify giving $1.5B of our money to greedy gas corporations to open up huge new fossil fuel basins? This is the exact opposite of what's needed to protect Australians from catastrophic global warming and a complete failure of leadership. Shame.
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GetUp! Apr 17
Attention politicians: A new survey shows voters across Australia are most concerned by the climate crisis we’re in. If you don't stop coal mines like Adani, and commit to a future powered by renewable energy, you'll pay for it this election.
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Stop Adani Apr 23
Scientists responsible for reviewing Adani's water plan released notes showing the Morrison Gov pressured them to rubberstamp a plan they thought was seriously flawed. This dodgy stitch-up for Adani puts QLD water at risk & must be investigated.
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Julia Banks MP Apr 18
Following 10 years of policy chaos, Aust is lagging behind on climate action - Liberal approvals of Adani is a big step in the wrong direction I call on and Labor to commit to reviewing this decision if elected
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Queensland Greens Apr 22
Massive turnout in Brisbane today to support Greens founder ’s convoy 💪 It’s time for a planned transition away from fossil fuels to cheaper, jobs-rich clean energy. Thanks to Bob for organising this powerful protest and to everyone who joined us today 😊
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Bob Brown Apr 20
We are thrilled to announce that we will be joined by Paul Kelly in Canberra when the Stop Adani Convoy rolls into town for its last stop.
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Stop Adani Apr 16
Adani has donated at least $60,800 to the LNP since the last fed election. The community has a right to question whether pollies are acting in the interest of the majority who want to . Or for billionaire coal corporations that line their coffers.
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Oliver Yates Apr 17
The lack of integrity and abuse of process is breathtaking. Adani has way too much power over the LNP that they will ignore all the advice from CSIRO and GeoScience Australia. We have to throw this government out.
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Bob Brown Apr 21
Brisbane you were huge! 5000 people joined us in marching to Adani HQ to demand an end to the development of their climate destroying mine. Thank you to all who joined us.
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ABC Brisbane Apr 21
Hundreds of people have gathered in Brisbane this afternoon to protest against Adani's Carmichael coalmine. The rally coincides with former Greens leader Bob Browns' convoy. 📸: Timothy Swanston
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Bob Brown Apr 19
Stop Adani Convoy chants as it passes by Prime Ministers press conference in Parramatta on health. He was standing still while we were on the move for a healthier future for our planet.
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Marine Conservation Apr 17
We're working with Reef tourism operators to make this the Chris Jones, Calypso Reef Cruises: "Why do our representatives continue to support the expansion of the fossil fuel industry, such as Adani’s coal mine?"
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Stop Adani Apr 17
ROTTEN: Scientists responsible for reviewing Adani's water plan have released documents showing the Federal Environment Dept strong-armed the CSIRO + Geoscience Australia to rubber stamp a plan they thought was flawed and would result in Adani breaching its conditions
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John Englart EAM 🌏💦 Apr 24
In this this is an enormous backward step by Labor. We have known since 2015 most fossil fuel reserves need to stay unexploited. No new coal or gas, .
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