Come along to show your support for Darling Downs farmers!
On the lawns of the QLD courts we will be hosting a 'Food Not Coal' morning tea picnic to support landholders from the Oakey Coal Action Alliance who are in court again to fight for their farmland, not coal land.
This has been one of the longest land court cases in Queensland's history. It is being reopened to assess new evidence on the impacts on water of New Hope's Acland Stage 3 coal mine expansion.
Just bring yourself, a friend and feel free to throw in a picnic rug and a snack to share. Wear black and yellow if you can. It will just be one hour of your time before the court case commences.
Our government needs to listen to the voices of Queensland and stop letting the fossil fuel industry undermine our democracy. Sign up to volunteer for our QLD election campaign to pressure our government to choose food, water and health over mining.
363 George St Brisbane City QLD 4000
Brisbane City, QLD 4000
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