#STOPADANI BIG DOORKNOCK DAY

Sunday 22nd April - meet at 12.30pm (somewhere in the Inner West)

We're taking the message to the streets!

Despite all the actions, all the media reports and all the lobbying, it turns out that 30% to 40% of people in Grayndler still know almost nothing about the proposed Adani coal mine in Queensland - or why it is so important to stop it. 

So Stop Adani Sydney is carrying out a huge door knock operation. This will be an inspiring action and one of the most powerful things the group can do - attitude change via one on one conversations!

Register using the form below. All training and materials provided. Bring a friend and make it a fun, exciting, empowering day!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe3wOHDNgJuMuaxFfJmtyearHGJ9jDZAV-x7N7_dBya2Z9VoQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

  • Meet at 12:30pm (exact location tbd) training and vibing up!
  • Break / move into position 1:30 - 2:00pm
  • 2:00pm - 4:00pm Doorknock your district with your partner.
  • 4:00-4:30 return to base for debrief and socialising!

What's it like to go doorknocking?

Here's what CCBR did for the 100% renewable energy campaign a while back.

 


#STOPADANI RALLY

October 7th was the National Day of Action to Stop Adani.

All over the country groups gathered to create huge human signs with one simple message: STOP ADANI - to literally spell it out for the politicians. 

     
   

The biggest sign was in the morning on Bondi Beach, in Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's electorate, and many Inner West residents joined the 2,000-strong crowd.

   
 
 Later, StopAdani Sydney, Climate Change Balmain-Rozelle and more than a dozen other concerned community groups came together with one thousand local residents at Camperdown Memorial Rest Park on the border of Tanya Plibersek and Anthony Albanese's electorate.

Speakers urges the politicians to take notice of the clear majority in their electorates, and make a clear stand against the Adani mine.