Everyday heroes compelled to break the law when government fails to protect us


What does it say about the state of our democracy when it falls upon everyday people to stop a billionaire building the largest coal mine in the southern hemisphere?

  • Julian Burnside *
  • The Sydney Morning Herald

And what does it say about our politicians that they will let Adani’s mine proceed when the vast majority of Australians don’t want it, and scientists are urging us to keep coal in the ground to avoid more dangerous climate change?

Abbot Point coal terminal QLD 1aaa photo Glenn HuntThis month, nine people – many of them first-time offenders – were collectively fined more than $70,000 for their efforts in January to keep Adani’s coal in the…

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