Come join the Kooyong #StopAdani alliance to make some noise and have a little fun outside Frydenberg's electorate office for the #StopAdani Shakeup.
There'll be speeches (including a funeral for coal with the Reverend Bill), chanting, singing (with a full choir) and a march around Camberwell junction to show that the people of Kooyong don't want Adani's polluting megamine.
Let's make this family-friendly, peaceful action huge! Let's get creative! Bring your friends, bring posters & placards. Wear a fabulous costume and let's have some fun!
If you would like to be part of the planned street-theatre, please get in touch!
Together, we will #StopAdani.
This is an independent community event organised by concerned local residents like you. Kooyong #StopAdani is part of a network of independently organised, volunteer-run groups supported by ACF community.
November 23, 2017 at 4:30pm - 6pm
Josh Frydenberg's electorate office
695 Burke Rd
100 m south of the Camberwell Junction, west side
Camberwell VIC 3124, VIC 3124
Adani can’t build their mine by themselves. They need 1. Insurance companies to insure Adani’s project. 2. Construction companies to help build the coal mine and rail. And 3. Haulage companies to transport the coal from the mine to port. Over 60 companies have already refused to work with Adani. Let’s keep going to make sure no one will help Adani fuel the climate crisis!
Adani’s mine will destroy the ancestral lands and waters of the Wangan and Jagalingou people.The Wangan and Jagalingou Family Council have never give their free, prior and informed consent to Adani’s mine and have said No to Adani 5 times. In a shocking new low, Adani have bankrupted W&J senior spokesperson Adrian Burragubba. Despite this disgusting corporate bullying, W&J are continuing their fight to protect their country from Adani. Will you stand with them?
Adani need somewhere to burn their coal. Right now Adani plan to burn it in their own coal-burning power stations in India. These polluting coal stations are worsening air pollution, dispossessing local villagers of their land, and draining sacred water sources. Local residents are fighting back, but taking on a powerful, multi-billionaire corporation is tough and dangerous. So we need to make sure we have their back.
Adani have started smashing down trees that are home to critically endangered species to build their monster coal mine. That means we need to escalate peaceful protest to stop Adani. Everyday Australians are engaging in brave acts of peaceful civil disobedience to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
Adani are an incredibly rich and powerful corporation with deep political connections in Australia and India. But they don’t have the support of the vast majority of people who are concerned about climate change and want this mine stopped. Our people-powered movement has already achieved incredible things in the fight to #StopAdani. If we can keep growing, we can stop this disaster for good, and help move Australia beyond coal. But we can’t do it without you.