Reef not coal

Tell the Environment Minister to stop Adani’s giant coal mine and protect the Great Barrier Reef.

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Shine a light for the reef – Melbourne

Wednesday, 31 August 16
Federation Square, Melbourne
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Call your MP – speak out to reject the mine and protect the reef

Will you call your local Member of Parliament and tell them you want Adani’s mine rejected and strong new laws to protect our reef? If MPs all over the country raise this issue in Parliament, our voices can’t be ignored.
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Stop Adani’s giant coal mine and protect the Great Barrier Reef

Petitioning Federal Minister for Environment and Energy, Josh Frydenberg

energy transformation campaign

Queensland should cash in on solar jobs boom

29 August 16

In Queensland, 2700 direct jobs would be created if 10 new solar farm projects currently under consideration by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency go ahead. Yet the Federal government is considering cutting vital ARENA funding.

carmichael campaign

Dear Minister Frydenberg – by ACF President Geoff Cousins

06 August 16

ACF President Geoff Cousins write in the Saturday Paper about Josh Frydenberg's biggest challenges.

Join 335340 Australians acting for a brighter future

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Coal is not just killing the reef. It is killing all humanity.

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5 ideas whose time has come

It’s time to champion big ideas. And common sense. Like cutting pollution and powering our lives with clean energy from sun and wind. Creating strong laws to protect the air we breathe, the water we drink and the places we love. 

5 places we love

We love the web of life right across our continent, from the Kimberley to the Murray, from the reef right down the Great Dividing Range to Tasmania’s forests. We can connect and protect our mountain ranges, ancient forests, living reefs and life-giving rivers.