A publicly-funded Reef-killing project
$1 billion of public money could be used to prop up Adani's un-bankable, Reef-trashing coal mine!
Finance for a railway to Adani's Carmichael coal mine has been granted preliminary approval.1
During the election Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said – on camera – that there would be no public funding for Adani's mine.2
We need to hold him to that promise by reminding him Australian voters will punish him for giving taxpayer-funded handouts to big multinational polluters.
Show him that caving in to Adani's demands would be a public relations disaster for an increasingly unpopular government.
Sign the petition calling on Malcolm Turnbull to put Adani's requests for publicly-funded subsidies in the bin.
Together, let's call for our money to be spent on saving the Great Barrier Reef, not wrecking it.
- Renee Viellaris, 'Adani's $2b rail on track for jobs boom', Courier Mail, 3 December 2016
- Fergus Hunter, 'Election 2016: Protesting Nemo finds Malcolm Turnbull and criticises Great Barrier Reef action', SMH, 3 June 2016
MALCOLM, KEEP YOUR PROMISE! DON’T GIVE ADANI $1 BILLION IN PUBLIC MONEY
Prime Minister Turnbull, during the election you said there would be no public funding for Adani. Adani's Reef-killing coal mine is not public infrastructure. Don’t waste taxpayers' money on it.