Tag: Adani

A Reality You Can’t Dig Yourself Out Of – Adani’s Coal Mine Is A Dud – New Matilda

In a world where coal has no future, the proposed Adani mine should not be given serious consideration. Even if climate change were not a pressing problem, and even if thermal coal prices were to rise and stay high, the project would bring little benefit to Australia, writes Ian McAuley. Dear reader, I’m asking youMore

Source: A Reality You Can’t Dig Yourself Out Of – Adani’s Coal Mine Is A Dud – New Matilda

Alan Jones: Coalition deserves a smashing at the election because they need to learn

Alan Jones, one of the Coalition’s highest-profile media backers, says the Turnbull government is failing to learn from its mistakes and could benefit from an electoral thrashing.

Source: Alan Jones: Coalition deserves a smashing at the election because they need to learn

Adani companies facing multiple financial crime, corruption probes – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Indian authorities investigate Adani companies for siphoning money offshore and artificially inflating power prices in India.

Source: Adani companies facing multiple financial crime, corruption probes – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Old King Coal And Adani! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

I almost bought The Australian today, but I stopped myself and figured that I could either look it up on-line and if that failed, simply go back to the supermarket where I saw the headline about anti-coal activists driving India away and take a photo of the article with my phone. I mean, it was…

Source: Old King Coal And Adani! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Adani’s failure to disclose Jeyakumar Janakaraj’s history with African pollution disaster a ‘mistake’: Environment Department – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The Federal Environment Department says Adani likely made a mistake when it failed to disclose that its Australian CEO ran a mining company that pleaded guilty to environmental harm.

Source: Adani’s failure to disclose Jeyakumar Janakaraj’s history with African pollution disaster a ‘mistake’: Environment Department – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Coal,

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OOPS THEY DID IT AGAIN: The Turnbull Government just approved Australia’s LARGEST coal mine for the second time, after their initial approval was deemed to be illegal. They just don’t get global warming. The coal from Adani’s Carmichael mine would be equivalent to almost one quarter of Australia’s total greenhouse pollution – a climate disaster! This mega mine would also destroy 20,000 ha of native bushland, use 12 billion litres of Queensland’s precious groundwater per year and threaten the endangered black-throated finch with extinction. No vision, no heart, definitely no science. SHARE if you want a rapid transition to clean energy, not more coal mines.

Coal Australia,

Moments ago, Greg Hunt and Adani conceded defeat as the Federal Court overturned the approval for the Carmichael coal mine in a victory funded by thousands in the GetUp community.

It leaves Adani without an approval for the biggest coal mine in Australia, no approval for dredging in Great Barrier Reef waters, and no investors in sight.

Thank you to everyone who chipped in. And thank you to the incredible Mackay Conservation Group who ran the case.

We’ve just won a huge battle, but the war’s not over yet. The law states Minister Hunt must now reconsider the mine, and either grant a new approval or reject it forever. Can you spread the incredible news and tell Greg Hunt MP to reject the mine forever?

Moments ago, Greg Hunt and Adani conceded defeat as the Federal Court

It leaves Adani without an approval for the biggest coal mine in Australia, no approval for dredging in Great Barrier Reef waters, and no investors in sight.

Thank you to everyone who chipped in. And thank you to the incredible Mackay Conservation Group who ran the case.

We’ve just won a huge battle, but the war’s not over yet. The law states Minister Hunt must now reconsider the mine, and either grant a new approval or reject it forever. Can you spread the incredible news and tell