August 27, 2017
3pm - 5:30pm
· 03 5348 7947
Glenlyon, Victoria 3461
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The company Adani is on the brink of building the biggest coal mine in Australia. If approved, this monster mine, financially supported by the federal and Queensland state governments, will put at risk the Great Barrier Reef, destroy groundwater systems, traverse Aboriginal homelands and seriously add to polluting carbon emissions.
To find out more, come and watch the award-winning documentary, Guarding the Galilee by Michael Caton at the Glenlyon Hall on Sunday 27th August, 3-5.30 pm. There will be a screening followed by a discussion about the serious issues surrounding the Carmichael mine, Adani and coal projects in Australia. Feel free to come and express your views.
Light refreshments will be available. A gold coin donation at the door to cover costs is much appreciated.
Event supported by Friends of Cornish Hill, Glenlyon and Upper Loddon Landcare, Glenlyon Progress Association, Wombat Forestcare.
This is an independently run event hosted by a member of your community. When you RSVP, ACF will pass on your contact details to the host for the purpose of running the event.