Earlier this year, people power stopped our beautiful state becoming an international dumping ground for the world’s high-level radioactive waste. It was a huge win, but there’s another threat.
Right now, our federal government wants to build a national radioactive waste dump in the iconic Flinders Ranges or on the Eyre Peninsula.
There is intense pressure to accept the dump, which would put communities, water and wildlife at risk far into the future.
That’s why people are coming together in Adelaide this Saturday to unite against the plan.
Will you join the the ACF community and the No Dump Alliance at Parliament House to rally against a national radioactive dump in South Australia?
With a state election approaching, it’s vital that state politicians hear from the communities they represent. Together, we’re calling on them to oppose the federal government’s toxic plan and uphold the existing and hard won state law banning national and international radioactive waste dumps in South Australia.