Greenpeace is alarmed by reports that the Queensland Government is proposing to buy dredge waste from Reef destruction at Abbot Point.
Following the Environment Minister Greg Hunt's late afternoon media statement releasing key findings of an inquiry into potential conflicts of interest involving two board members of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Greenpeace Reef...
Brisbane, May 4, 2015: The overwhelming majority of Australians would choose to protect the Great Barrier Reef over expanding the coal industry, according to an opinion poll commissioned by Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
Brisbane May 13, 2015 – Greenpeace is calling on the Federal Government to confirm that taxpayer money will not be spent on coal industry projects as part of the Northern Australia Infrastructure fund.
Our Great Barrier Reef is under threat from mega coal ports, destructive dredging, increasing ship movements and worsening climate change.
Abbot Point is at the heart of the battle to save the Great Barrier Reef from coal and climate change. Of the nine coal terminals proposed in the World Heritage Area four are proposed at Abbot Point.
World leaders are meeting this fortnight to decide how our government is tracking on its promise to save the Great Barrier Reef from spiralling coal exports.
Until the coal industry moved in, Abbot Point was just another stunning beach in far north Queensland. But the wetlands behind Abbot Point were always something special.
With the election just days away, both major parties have failed to address the biggest emerging threat to the Great Barrier Reef - industrial coal port developments and climate change. But after the election, they won’t be able to ignore it,...
The Port of Abbot Point in northeast Australia will be one of the biggest coal terminals in the world when its expansion is complete. The sprawling 15-square-mile industrial site will cost $14.4 billion to develop and ultimately be capable of...
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