Join the Sadies at the Mining Rehab Conference

Get your brooms and your vocal chords ready for a fun action with the Sadies out the front of the life of mines conference. A couple of weeks ago we delivered clean up notices to MP's in Brisbane to fix the mining rehab bill and make sure mining giants have to clean up their mess. 

Now, is our chance to deliver the orders directly to companies responsible for the mess.   

Mining giants are holding this ‘Life of Mine’ conference in Brisbane, where they will be spruiking their ‘environmental performance’ and talking about ‘sustainability outcomes’.

But we’ll be there to tell them they can’t paper over the gaping holes they are leaving in Queensland with fancy words and motherhood statements.

You don’t need to be a Sadie to get involved - come along and make your presence felt, and get involved handing out info on the real facts about mine rehabilitation in Queensland.

Let's end the toxic legacy of mining in Queensland.



July 25, 2018 at 8:00am - 9am
Out the Front of the Sofitel
249 Turbot St
Brisbane, QLD 4000
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