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Lake Eyre Basin

At the last two elections, the Queensland Government promised to protect the mighty floodplains of the Channel Country in the Lake Eyre Basin. But they haven’t delivered, and now Origin Energy have applied to frack for gas across 11 leases covering over 225,000 hectares of land. Read more....

Northern Territory Fracking

Unconventional gas exploration and fracking is already underway in the Roper Gulf region of the Northern Territory, with a number of companies undertaking exploration drilling in the region. Read more....

Acland Coal Mine

In SE Queensland new and expanding coal mines threaten the health of local communities, important water resources, world renowned natural areas, and some of the state's most important farmland. Read more....

Renewables NOT Gas

Farmlands, water resources and the climate can’t afford to keep propping up polluting coal and gas. It’s time for Australia to grow stronger and tool up to embrace cleaner energy. There are already great examples of what’s working around Australia and the world. Read more...

Narrabri Underground Coalmine

In north west NSW, there are currently three open-cut coal mines operating in the Leard State Forest and adjoining farmland. An additional open cut mine, Whitehaven's Vickery Mine, has also been approved for this region and Whitehaven also operates the Narrabri Underground coal mine. Read more...

Central Queensland Coal Mines

The Baralaba South coal project on floodplains in Central Queensland puts a precious food producing area at risk. The local community undertook a survey of their whole community, with the result showing that there is overwhelming opposition to the coal mine. read more....

Tell the PM: Don’t Frack Up Australia

The Government is using tax-payer funds* to support fracking & gas projects across Australia.

This is putting iconic landscapes and water resources at risk. From the magnificent Kimberley region, to the Northern Territory, and even the extraordinary floodplains of the Lake Eyre Basin.

Dear Prime Minister and all Federal Parliamentarians,

The so-called gas crisis that is currently affecting the east coast of Australia has been caused by the diversion of domestic gas to the three CSG export plants at Gladstone, Queensland.

It is the gas industry who has caused this problem by shipping our gas overseas, leading to price spikes for manufacturers here and putting Australian businesses at risk.

We’re asking you to reject outright the plans for new fracking gasfields, pipelines and gas-fired power stations in Australia. Our iconic landscapes are far too precious to frack.

We’re calling on all Parliamentarians to support renewable energy and battery storage, and stop propping up the ailing gas industry with tax-payer funded handouts.

It's time to lead us forwards, not backwards.</i>

*The 2021 federal budget included another $58 million for gas, taking the total in subsidies and direct handouts to well over $1 billion in the last year alone for fracking gasfields, pipelines & power stations.

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