The #StopAdani Campaign is at a vital point right now, with your voice and our message @ Turnbull’s office setting the mood for the nation! The Adani Carmichael Coal Mine won’t be going ahead if we show our Prime Minister that Australians won’t stand by and let our country be a victim of Adani’s unfair and disastrous project. It seems Turnbull doesn’t know what fair looks like, so we’re going to show him through our first ever Stop Adani Mini Fair outside his office!
A quick update: In the coming weeks a senate inquiry will be launching into Adani and NAIF is looking to make announcements on the first round of project approvals. Adani's railway can't be in there, and it won't be.
Turnbull needs pressure in his electorate, to show him people won’t stand up to this nasty deal with Adani- a deal incredibly unfair on the Australian people! A $1B loan could be spent on so many other things that would benefit us now and into the future!
Join us at Turnbull’s office for a coal-apalooza of action, fun and carnival-themed good times! The nation is watching us, and we need to show them we won’t stand for this!
The plan is to have balloons, face painting, performers and music covering the front of his office! Wear bright and colourful clothes, bring any carnival props or resources you might have laying around, and most importantly, your spirits! This is going to be a crowd-sourced Mini Fair day, so post in the event to offer things that will make this fair a success! This is a test run for the future, where we plan to do things bigger and better.
Invite any friends that enjoy performing in any sense! We’re talking juggling, card tricks, hools hoops, balloon animals, singing/ playing music or any circus-related tricks!
We’re kicking things off at 10am, but if you’d like to help setup, please come at 9:30am and meet across the road at the small park near Turnbull’s office!
July 13, 2017 at 10am - 11:30am
New South Head Rd
Sydney, NSW 2027
The Adani Group wants to rebrand itself as a leader on climate change and clean energy. But there’s a big problem - Adani are mining, handling, and burning record volumes of coal - the number one driver of the climate crisis.