What is the issue?

Right now, Adani is itching to dig one of the biggest coal mines in the world in Queensland’s Galilee Basin.

If it goes ahead, burning coal from the megamine would generate billions of tonnes of pollution, fuel global warming and irreversibly damage our Great Barrier Reef.

The reef is one of the most incredible places on Earth, home to fish, corals, turtles, whales, dolphins, sharks and rays. But it's in grave danger. 

Losing the Great Barrier Reef is a national tragedy. And we won’t stand for it.

Already, millions of people right across Australia have stepped up to stop Adani’s dangerous mine. This is one of the biggest campaigns in our history.

We've stopped the $1 billion handout to Adani. We've stopped more than 25 big banks.

Now it's time to break bipartisan support for Adani's climate-wrecking coal mine.

Together we can #StopAdani

Together, we’ve made human signs, banged drums, painted banners, formed delegations, had conversations with friends and strangers, visited, called, emailed and petitioned our MPs, danced, agonised, cheered and shown up week after week.

The pressure is working. Premier Palaszczuk vetoed the billion dollar NAIF loan following immense pressure from the #StopAdani community during the Queensland election. A growing number of MPs are speaking out and the Turnbull government is feeling the heat.

If we can get more and more of our elected representatives to speak out up and say they don’t support Adani’s mine – we can stop this mine in its tracks.

Here’s how you can get involved:

Sign the petition to Minister for Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg telling him to reject Adani's coal mine and create strong new laws to protect nature and wildlife.

Donate now to power our campaign for the reef and planet.

Prime Minister Turnbull, choose our beautiful reef, not Adani's mega-polluting coal mine #reefnotcoal #stopadani @TurnbullMalcolm

You can be part of this

Read the latest news, and find the actions you can take to reject the mine and protect the reef.

Adani’s latest plan further weakens protections for our clean water

Adani’s latest plans represents a material weakening of protections for Queensland groundwater.

News | 10 August 18

Adani must be held to account for environmental breaches

Until we stop its proposed coal mine, the health of our clean water and native species will be threatened by Adani’s reckless attitude.

News | 20 July 18

Adani has finance – what happens next?

Adani has reportedly secured finance for their polluting coal mine. Watch the video of Gautam Adani’s son, Karan Adani, revealing the news.

News | 18 July 18

Our elected representatives must stop Adani’s polluting coal mine as finance is reportedly secured

We will continue to organise against Adani’s dirty coal mine until it is stopped, and the Galilee Basin is closed for coal mining.

Submission to the Northern Galilee Water Scheme

Submission to the North Galilee Water Scheme Project EPBC Act referral.

News | 19 June 18

Review of Adani’s Groundwater Dependent Ecosystem Management Plan for the Carmichael Mine

Stellar Advisory Services was engaged by the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) to undertake a review of Adani’s Groundwater Dependent Ecosystem Management Plan (GDEMP) for its Carmichael Mine. Tom Crothers is the Principal and Director of Stellar Advisory Services. Tom retired from the Queensland Public Service in 2011 after a 35-year career in natural resource management.

News | 19 June 18

Report: Adani’s groundwater ecosystem management plan is totally inadequate

The Adani company would be able to avoid proper scrutiny of the impact of its proposed coal mine on groundwater, an independent review has found.

News | 13 June 18

Adani's new water works must be subject to proper assessment under environmental law

Adani’s proposal to construct water infrastructure must be subject to a full and rigorous assessment under environmental laws.

News | 06 June 18

Special exemptions from water rules for mining companies must be scrapped

Mining and petroleum companies have been exempted from water use caps at the expense of our rivers, aquifers and freshwater wildlife species.