Here in Indooroopilly, Jane Prentice and their party still support Adani’s coal mine. That’s why we’ll be out talking to constituents in Jane’s electorate to hear what they think about Adani’s coal mine and ask them to join us to push Jane to #StopAdani. Together, we will build a movement that forces politicians to choose: side with their constituents and stop Adani, or face unbearable community pressure until they do. Join us for meaningful conversations with the community in Indooroopilly, and help kick start actions to stop this desastrous mine once for all. Never been door-knocking? No worries! All the training and materials is provided, no experience is necessary. We’ll pair you up with someone who has done it before. Meet at Jack Speare Park at 1.30pm, bring a hat, sunscreen and a water bottle.
October 28, 2018 at 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Jack Speare Park
Corner of Fairley St and Lambert Road
Indooroopilly, Queensland 4068
The Morrison Government just caved to pressure from Adani and signed off on a crucial water plan. Can you call Labor Leader Bill Shorten and Shadow Environment Minister Tony Burke and ask them to commit to review Adani's approvals if Labor wins government in the upcoming federal election?