Stop Adani Coal Mine in Australia! A Global Appeal to Reason

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“What is the leading cause of climate change? The mining and burning of coal.

“After enduring a summer of intense heat waves, bushfires, drought, floods and storms, Australians are increasingly aware of the threat global heating poses to our way of life.

“But as the world races to solve the climate crisis, mining giant Adani are trying to build the biggest coal mine in Australia’s history in central Queensland.

“If built, Adani’s Carmichael mine will:

  • Destroy the ancestral lands, waters and cultures of Indigenous people without their consent.
  • Allow 500 more coal ships to travel through the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area every year for 60 years.
  • Get access to 270 billion litres of Queensland’s precious groundwater for 60 years, for free.
  • Risk damaging aquifers of the Great Artesian Basin.
  • Add 4.6 billion tonnes of carbon pollution to our atmosphere.

“Critically, if allowed to go ahead, Adani’s Carmichael coal mine will unlock the Galilee Basin – one of the world’s largest untouched coal reserves – paving the way for at least eight more coal mines to be built. All at a time when scientists are warning we can’t build any more fossil fuel infrastructure if we want to avoid catastrophic global heating.

“We must stop this mine. How will we do it? With the support and actions of millions of people like you, doing what it takes to #StopAdani and move Australia beyond coal.”


Tell Siemens DE to #Stop Adani

We are part of the World-Wide movement to STOP ADANI in its track.

No More Monster Coal Mines! EVER!

“stop stop Stop Adani!”


We provide this link to #Stop Adani, as part of the World Wide Appeal called by Greta Thunberg to tell @SiemensDE to STOP THEIR WORK FOR ADANI.  It does not belong to us. As a member of  SCIENTISTS FOR FUTURE we believe this is the only right decision for Siemens DE to make. So you can make up your own mind if you like and want to support #StopAdani, like we do. Of course, we do not or could support all the points made in any website we highlight, but that is part of living in a democracy, isn’t it?  We believe the material is relevant to all and is necessary for their personal judgments. STOP ADANI!


 

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