15 September 16

ACF versus the Environment Minister – our Adani court case explained

ACF's General Counsel, Elizabeth McKinnon explains why ACF challenged the Environment Minister's approval of Adani's giant Carmichael coal mine, and what happened.

12 September 16

Licence to kill: Commonwealth approval for Adani’s Carmichael mine

A new report by the Australian Conservation Foundation and the Environmental Defenders Offices of Australia that finds the conditions the federal government set when it approved Adani’s Carmichael coal mine are woefully inadequate and will not protect the environment as claimed.

12 September 16

Weak conditions of approval for giant coal mine give Adani a ‘licence to kill’

New report shows no penalty for Adani if massive coal mine does more environmental damage than expected.

09 September 16

Six years left until Australia reaches its climate pollution limit

European think tank says moves to increase export capacity, commission new coal mines and drill more gas wells are irreconcilable with Australia’s commitments as a signatory to the Paris Agreement.

30 August 16

Shine a light for the Reef tonight in Brisbane

Court dismissal turns into big, colourful public action.

Call your MP – speak out to reject the mine and protect the reef

Will you call your local Member of Parliament and tell them you want Adani’s mine rejected and strong new laws to protect our reef? If MPs all over the country raise this issue in Parliament, our voices can’t be ignored.
25 August 16

De-funding ARENA would stifle solar jobs growth in Queensland

ACF research shows 2,700 jobs could be created in Queensland if 10 big solar projects receive funding.

06 August 16

Dear Minister Frydenberg – by ACF President Geoff Cousins

ACF President Geoff Cousins write in the Saturday Paper about Josh Frydenberg's biggest challenges.

29 July 16

Greasing the Wheels: report lays bare Queensland mining companies’ extraordinary access to government

There’s something rotten in the state of Queensland, and it smells a lot like gas and mining. Hannah Aulby explains.