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Viveca Sawers commented on What would you rather spend a billion dollars on? 2017-07-19 15:22:50 +1000The Great Barrier Reef!!!!!!
The federal government is looking at giving a billion dollars to the dangerous Adani coal mine in Queensland. So we thought we'd ask: What would you rather spend it on?
Renewable energy? Education? Health Care?
Together, we can send a loud message to our government: This dangerous Adani mine is a waste of taxpayer money.