Save the Reef
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.
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...
June Norman might look like your average grandma. But on 1 June 2013 she started an epic 1186 kilometre journey on foot from Cairns to Gladstone to protect the Great Barrier Reef.
Greenpeace activists are confronting the rapidly expanding coal industry in a last-ditch effort to save the Great Barrier 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.
Sydney, Friday 20 March: Greenpeace Australia Pacific today honours Malcolm Fraser, Australia’s 22nd Prime Minister.
These before and after photos of dredging at Gladstone seem like a nightmarish premonition of what could happen if Adani's plans for the Carmichael mine go ahead.
Greenpeace has dramatically stepped up its campaign to stop Australia’s biggest contribution to climate change from getting any bigger. This morning six volunteers boarded a bulk carrier filled with thermal coal, leaving Australia bound for Asia.
The stark choice between the 'climate makers' and the rest of us underlines a competition of two radically different visions. It is a fight over the very future of Australia
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