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Murky waters

Feature Story | 17 July, 2013 at 11:54

Greenpeace activists are confronting the rapidly expanding coal industry in a last-ditch effort to save the Great Barrier Reef.

Cooking the climate: Wrecking the reef

Report | 18 September, 2012 at 11:07

The global impact of coal exports from Australia’s Galilee Basin.

Abbot Point - NO means YES when it comes to big coal

Feature Story | 22 May, 2012 at 10:44

In the vast grazing country of Central Western Queensland, there are places where the coal seam literally comes out of the ground. But what is a dream to some is a nightmare for others, as battle lines are drawn over the future of Australia’s...

Hand delivering 7000 messages

Feature Story | 27 July, 2012 at 9:56

Nearly 7000 public comments weren’t accepted by Indian conglomerate GVK about its proposed huge new coal terminal in the Great Barrier Reef. The reason: they were sent electronically and not by post. So today we delivered the messages in person...

Coal industry lies revealed by new report

Press release | 7 November, 2014 at 14:14

Sydney 7th November, 2014. Greenpeace applauds the launch of The Australia Institute report, All Talk, No Action, The Coal Industry and Energy Poverty. The report reveals the facts behind the public relations strategy.

It’s time to talk about coal

Press release | 14 January, 2013 at 8:31

Sydney, Monday 14th January, 2013: Today, academics, scientists, prominent Australians and community groups placed a full-page ad in The Australian Financial Review calling for an end to Australia’s coal export expansion and an honest national...

Thousands oppose GVK’s proposed Great Barrier Reef coal terminal

Press release | 27 July, 2012 at 10:48

Brisbane, 27th July 2012: Greenpeace has spent the morning personally delivering around 7,000 calling cards from members of the public to Hancock Coal, a subsidiary of Indian conglomerate GVK, proponents of the proposed “T3” coal terminal at...

Expanding coal exports is bad news for Australia and the world

Blog entry by admin | 13 September, 2013

By Brett Parris, Monash University In the coming months our new federal government will be promoting a massive expansion in Australia’s coal exports. In all likelihood they’ll hail it as “good For Australia”. It isn’t. Most of us are familiar...

How 30 Climate Warriors took on the world’s biggest coal port

Blog entry by Rosie Dickison | 24 October, 2014

It’s no secret that I am an emotional person, and that nothing inspires me more than people standing up for what they believe in. Last week, as the Pacific Climate Warriors led a flotilla in the world’s largest coal port – even the most...

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