Pledge to Keep Up the Fight
By approving Adani’s groundwater management plan, the Queensland Government has completely ignored the concerns of expert scientists, First Nation leaders, and Queenslanders already living with the impacts of drought.
There is no consent for Adani’s mine from the Wangan and Jagalingou First Nation. They have never ceded their sovereignty and are currently challenging the State and Adani in Australia’s highest courts.
Take the below pledge to say you'll stand in solidarity with the Wangan and Jagalingou First Nation and keep up the fight to stop Adani's mine:
I pledge to continue the fight to Stop Adani’s climate wrecking mine and the opening of the Galilee Basin, Australia's largest thermal coal reserve. The Wangan and Jagalingou First Nation has not ceded it rights and does not consent to this mine. The W&J Council are fighting Adani in the community, in the courts, and in the international arena.
We know that there is no climate justice for our communities without full rights for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, whereby First Nations can retain their land rights, and exercise their right to free prior informed consent to say no to coal and gas projects on their country.
I pledge to:
- Come to an information night to find out what's next to Stop Adani
- Join a local group in my community, to ramp up community pressure on decision makers.
- When asked to take action, stand in solidarity with the Wangan and Jagalingou First Nation people as they say no to Adani's mine and in fight for their rights.
Pledge to keep up the fight to stop Adani's mine
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