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Add your name to help stop this climate bomb.

Woodside's Scarborough Gas Project is one of Australia's most polluting new fossil fuel projects.

To be built off the northwest coast of Western Australia, the Scarborough Project threatens local marine wildlife. The processing of the gas also puts at risk 40,000-year-old Murujuga rock art.

It would also generate ten times the annual emissions of Western Australia’s most polluting coal-fired power station.

Most of the gas dug up at Scarborough would be burnt overseas. But no matter where Australian coal and gas are burned, it damages our climate and impacts communities here and around the world. From the Great Barrier Reef in the east to Ningaloo Reef in the west, our living world is counting on us to stop climate-polluting projects like Woodside's Scarborough Gas Project.

Sign the petition now to the Albanese Government demanding no new coal and gas projects or infrastructure, including Woodside's Scarborough gas project.

Petition demands

"To the Prime Minister, Energy Minister and Environment Minister,

End coal and gas in Australia to ramp up climate action. That means:

  • This decade, replacing existing coal, gas and uranium exports with a renewable-powered exports industry and climate-positive careers for communities
  • No new coal and gas projects or infrastructure
  • Stop spending public money on the fossil fuel industry – fund climate solutions instead."

Our state and federal governments are handing over $22,000 in public money every minute to the polluting coal and gas industries, which fuel climate impacts like more extreme floods, fires and droughts.

We cannot afford to keep squandering public money on digging, expanding, exporting and burning coal and gas.

For a safe climate future, let’s instead invest our public money into renewable exports that can replace coal and gas, slash pollution and create climate-positive jobs that future-proof our economy.

Sign the petition and call on our government to step up for climate action.

Latest Supporters

Anita 2023-01-05 07:37:11 +1100
Matt 2023-01-05 06:39:07 +1100
Sofia 2023-01-04 23:50:58 +1100
I believe this project should not go ahead because we are facing a climate crisis and we need our government to act decisively for the good of us all.
Elizabeth Van 2023-01-04 22:35:01 +1100
Teresa 2023-01-04 21:33:17 +1100
Jessie 2023-01-04 21:33:00 +1100
Eva 2023-01-04 21:16:56 +1100
Umberta 2023-01-04 21:14:25 +1100
We simply have to stop mining fossil fuels if we want to maintain a habitable planet.
Sally 2023-01-04 21:09:34 +1100
Erin 2023-01-04 21:03:28 +1100
We need to stop fossil fuel projects. These projects are causing unimaginable destruction of our planet
Susan 2023-01-04 20:48:12 +1100
Alison 2023-01-04 20:22:25 +1100
It is not good for the environment. The government needs to find a new source of revenue if it is serious about addressing climate change.
Cheryl 2023-01-04 20:22:03 +1100
It is unconscionable behaviour to increase fossil fuel production in the midst of a climate crisis. The project also threatens the cultural heritage of the Yaburara people through increased amounts of nitrogen oxide being released into the atmosphere which will cause damage to the 50,000 year old Murujuga rock art on Burrup Peninsula. This project absolutely can not be allowed to go ahead!
Kat 2023-01-04 20:10:30 +1100
No more fossil fuels. Leave it in the ground.
Jennifer 2023-01-04 20:08:31 +1100
Should destroy woodside buildings
John 2023-01-04 20:01:13 +1100
Kelly 2023-01-04 19:58:08 +1100
Jessica 2023-01-04 19:56:18 +1100
I want to stop this project because it is scientifically proven to be omnicidal.
Geoffrey 2023-01-04 19:53:43 +1100
daniel 2023-01-04 19:52:50 +1100
Allan 2023-01-04 19:52:44 +1100
Josh 2023-01-04 19:44:05 +1100
Jake 2023-01-04 19:15:10 +1100
Nathan 2023-01-04 19:13:52 +1100
Australia taking backward steps … disheartening
Fiona 2023-01-04 19:12:09 +1100
Gemma 2023-01-04 19:08:46 +1100
Alex 2023-01-04 19:04:49 +1100
It’s going to contribute to a massive boost in pollution that is going to be very harmful to the planet
Geoff 2023-01-04 18:56:26 +1100
Rob 2023-01-04 04:24:32 +1100
Jill 2023-01-03 18:00:03 +1100