Accusations that Adani protestors and ‘anti-coal activists have thrown rocks and kicked the doors of cars and utes belonging to people working on our Carmichael Project’ by Adani Australia have been refuted by the group Frontline Action on Coal.
‘You can’t drink coal’ was the point made by activist and Adelaide Hills writer Ben Winch when he locked himself to a cattle grid on Stratford Road near Mt Coolon, stopping Adani's construction work for their rail corridor this morning.
Adani has been granted an injunction today to stop activist Ben Pennings from certain actions and statements in relation to the Adani coal mine.
As Adani launches legal action against activist Ben Pennings for his organisation of anti-Adani campaigning traditional owners of the mine's access to the site are restricting access to the mine site.
It was recently the first anniversary of the Stop Adani convoy. A convoy that culminated in a 5,000-strong rally in front of the new parliament house on 5 May, 2019.
Over 40 Queenslanders, many in their 60’s and 70’s, are currently taking peaceful direct action to disrupt contractor Hastings Deering who are about to begin assembly of driverless trucks for Adani's controversial coal mine.
Diane Hart, Mullumbimby In the same week when German company Siemens has approved its deal with Adani, I have just finished reading the heartbreaking memoir by my friends Freda Widawski and Adele Abraham which recounts the harrowing treatment of their Polish... Read More →
Protestors have blocked access to the Mackay office of engineering company FKG to demand that they step back from plans to build the rail line for the Adani coal mine.
Adani's claim that it did not need 'a cent of Australian tax-payers dollars' to fund the Carmichael coal mine has been undermined by a new report showing that it will receive billions in public money.
Adani is once again being accused of illegal clearing of vegetation at the Adani Carmichael Coal Mine site in Queensland.
Will jobs on the Queensland coast lose out to mining jobs inland as Queensland Labor inches closer to approving the Adani coal mine.
Will Queensland Labor be able to focus on the long-term need to keep fossil fuels like coal in the ground if that risks them losing government?
A group of older citizens are blockading the Queensland headquarters of the Liberal National Party LNP today to protest the granting of water rights for the Adani coal mine by the Federal Government.
Murray ‘Muzz’ Drechsler is a local activist who tirelessly travels the continent in his Blockadia truck. Support Muzz today at 'Muzzstock' from 10am through till midnight at Kohinur Hall.
Nine peaceful protestors charged up to $8,000 each for blocking coal exports from Adani’s Abbot point coal terminal for a total of 14 hours in January 2018 have had the fines reduced.
The federal elections are bringing out the big guns as Labor's Richmond MP Justine Elliot speaks about her 'personal' opposition to the Adani coal mine.
Adani has declared that it is ready to start work on the proposed mine once given the go-ahead, but protestors are keeping up the fight against the mine.
On the first day of the COAG Energy Council meeting in Adelaide yesterday, two citizens entered Senator Matt Canavan’s press conference and stood either side of him bearing #StopAdani signs. Interrupting his opening statements, they asked him why he supports the Adani coal mine.
The government is being called on to stop the Adani coal mine going ahead amidst reports that they are just weeks away from reaching financial closure and could be just months away from starting to digging within months.
Lack of government action on the risks of climate change and in many cases their active endorsement off projects that will have longterm negative impact on the future are galvanising a range of citizens and businesses into action.
Indian-owned mining corporation Adani, which just this week was fined by the Queensland Government over its massive spillage of coal laden water into the Great Barrier Marine Park, has been caught flouting environmental laws again.
Moored off the coast of Byron Bay on Friday, the Sea Shepherd’s flagship vessel the MY Steve Irwin was there to point out the insanity of the Adani Carmichael coal mine.
Colin Clarke, Ocean Shores. The sight of little children cheering on the Stop Adani Mine on the front page of last week’s Echo is truly nauseating. In the process of brainwashing and manipulating their children I am sure those parents... Read More →
Protesters gathered in Byron on Saturday as part of the National Day of Action organised by Frontline Action on Coal. There were 25 other actions taking place around Australia as people once again made a stand against opening up future coal mines.
As part of a 30-hour demonstration at the Flinders Street Station intersection, members of Frontline Action on Coal Melbourne bared their backsides under the clocks at Flinders St Station.