Petition: ban on new coal and gas

 TELL LABOR TO PUT A BAN ON NEW COAL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS

The Morrison Government has left a huge climate mess for the new government to tackle. The Liberal National Government spent the past 9 years expanding fossil fuels, with billions  in public money being thrown at projects that would lock polluting gas into our energy mix for decades to come.

The best climate science makes it clear we cannot open any new coal mines or gas wells, and we don’t need to as we transition to energy powered by the wind and sun. While the Labor government tries to clean up the Morrison’s climate mess, they could put a blanket ban on new coal and gas for a set period of time while they work out the best way to stop new fossil fuels once and for all!

Sign the petition to tell Labor to put a ban on new coal and gas development!

Dear Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Minister Chris Bowen, 

Australians are already feeling the dangerous impacts of climate change from extreme bushfires, to devastating droughts and dangerous floods to unliveable heatwaves. 

We cannot open any new coal mines or gas wells if we want to stop the climate crisis from getting worse.  

While you clean up the Morrison government’s climate mess of new fossil fuel projects, put a ban on new coal and gas to stop the Liberal’s climate wrecking plan in its tracks. 

Australia is one of the sunniest and windiest continents in the world, we have the potential to be a renewable energy super power, exporting liquid sunshine to the world - we don’t need new fossil fuels!

Yours sincerely, 

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Petition: ban on new coal and gas

 TELL LABOR TO PUT A BAN ON NEW COAL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS

The Morrison Government has left a huge climate mess for the new government to tackle. The Liberal National Government spent the past 9 years expanding fossil fuels, with billions  in public money being thrown at projects that would lock polluting gas into our energy mix for decades to come.

The best climate science makes it clear we cannot open any new coal mines or gas wells, and we don’t need to as we transition to energy powered by the wind and sun. While the Labor government tries to clean up the Morrison’s climate mess, they could put a blanket ban on new coal and gas for a set period of time while they work out the best way to stop new fossil fuels once and for all!

Sign the petition to tell Labor to put a ban on new coal and gas development!

Dear Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Minister Chris Bowen, 

Australians are already feeling the dangerous impacts of climate change from extreme bushfires, to devastating droughts and dangerous floods to unliveable heatwaves. 

We cannot open any new coal mines or gas wells if we want to stop the climate crisis from getting worse.  

While you clean up the Morrison government’s climate mess of new fossil fuel projects, put a ban on new coal and gas to stop the Liberal’s climate wrecking plan in its tracks. 

Australia is one of the sunniest and windiest continents in the world, we have the potential to be a renewable energy super power, exporting liquid sunshine to the world - we don’t need new fossil fuels!

Yours sincerely, 

Latest Supporters

David Coster
Shelley Hoogesteger
Steph Curley
Lucinda Coates
Sasha Green
Jenny Cavallaro
Lucy Worgan
Deb Grahame
Annabelle McPhail
John Reeves
Clabon Allen
Pamela Reeves
Capucine Cartillier
Nicole Johnson
janice Duynisveld
Marc Furmage
Rachel Marsden
Joyce Z
William OBrien
James Brown
Susie Gentle
Diane Paku
Jack Hoogland
Peta Price
Jade Lee
Ingrid McKenzie
Anurago Reichelt
Penelope Shorne
Jane Margarets
Ben Bridge

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