Queue at #StopAdani in Brisbane tonight.
Geelong Sustainability believes that this fight against the Adani mega mine is our line in the sand. We cannot allow any new coal mines for the sake of the climate, the Great Barrier Reef and future generations. So we have signed on as the Geelong contact for the Stop Adani campaign.
With renowned speakers from around the world and Australia, the #StopAdani Roadshow is travelling the country this week, building an unstoppable movement to end the polluting influence of the fossil fuel industry, and provide you with all the tools and resources you need to get involved.
→ Can you attend the Stop Adani Roadshow in Melbourne this Friday?
WHEN: Friday 31 March, 6:30pm–9:00pm
VENUE: Melbourne Exhibition Centre - Plenary 2, South Wharf
TICKETS: $10-15, click here to register
Stop the Adani mega mine – move Australia beyond coal
Read more: www.stopadani.com/roadshow
→ You can sign up here to hear more from us and receive a meeting invitation. Help us campaign in our community to #StopAdani:
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