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School Strike 4 Climate: a message for our politicians
On September 25, school students across Australia will be calling on politicians to Fund Our Future not Gas. CCBR supporters have already begun to amplify the message - socially distanced of course!
There has never been a more important time to ensure that, as we recover from the current economic shock, our future jobs and industries are based on the clean renewable resources Australia has in abundance, as well as on the principle of inter-generational justice.
Yet our Federal Government's response is heaviiy weighted to using public money to support the expansion of gas, both domestically and as an export. We've asked for a meeting with our local MP, Anthony Albanese, to ask about his policy in coal and gas, and the transition we must have over the next decade.
What you can do
Stop Adani from destroying lives of indigenous people in India
Adani plans to ship coal from its proposed Carmichael coal project in Queensland to Godda in eastern India where they are constructing a new coal-fired power station to burn Australian coal to generate dirty, overpriced power for Bangladesh. Adani’s proposed coal plant at Godda will displace thousands of Indigenous adivasi (Aboriginal) people, and be highly polluting for the local community and global climate.
In September 2019, Adani’s newly proposed water pipeline for the coal power plant received approval, enabling Adani to take 36 billion litres a year out of the Ganges to support their power plant. The surrounding communities continue to resist Adani’s plan despite serious oppression.
What you can do
Narrabri gas campaign
Update: The Independent Planning Commission is due to deliver its judgement on or before 30 September.
The NSW Government has recommended approval of an 850-well coal seam gas field in the Pilliga forest wilderness and farmland near Narrabri.
This represents an enormous expansion of NSW gas extraction ( 4 times the size of previously approved CSG projects in NSW).
The Pilliga is the largest temperate forest we have left in the state. Turning it into an industrial gas field will poison groundwater, carve up the forest with roads and pipelines, endanger koalas and other threatened species, and increase the risk of wildfires.
Encourage the Independent Planning Commission to decide against expansion of Coal Seam Gas mining in Pilliga area by mining giant Santos. Make your submission by August 10.