Together let's show GHD that the majority of Australians don’t want Adani’s climate-wrecking mine and rail project. Working with Adani would be a bad idea. Not just for our planet – but for GHD’s reputation, too

Engineering corporation GHD is finding themselves in a sea of controversy over their relationship with Adani.

Their 10-year-long partnership with the Australian branch of Engineers Without Borders – a not-for-profit “creating a better world through engineering” – is now over*. All because GHD hasn’t ruled out working with Adani – yet!

This breakup is one of the many cracks beginning to show in GHD’s reputation.

But they still need our encouragement to do the right thing!

We’re coordinating with our allies so that every single day GHD hear from us about Adani. Like us, many of GHD’s staff are deeply uncomfortable about it – so let’s get calling and keep up the heat!


We’ve shifted huge corporations before. Like with the big four banks, we must show GHD that their path forward is clear: don’t work on Adani’s coal mine and rail project.

When you’re talking to GHD staff, share why you care and find out what they think. Ask them to advocate for GHD to take a stand for our beautiful planet.

Rally outside GHD in Melbourne. Photo credit: Julian MeehanRally outside GHD in Melbourne. Photo credit: Julian Meehan

Our movement is vibrant and determined. We’ve signed petitions, written letters, held rallies and dance parties outside GHD offices calling on them to end things with Adani.

We can stop Adani by making sure no one will help build it. So together, let’s flood GHD with calls asking them to rule out working with Adani!



Christian Slattery
Stop Adani Campaigner

* Sydney Morning Herald: Charity severs ties with engineering firm over Adani coal mine

Christian Slattery

Senior Stop Adani Campaigner at the Australian Conservation Foundation