The #StopAdani movement is uniting in a big day of action on Saturday, October 7. Join us!
Together, we’re building an unstoppable movement in our campaign to #StopAdani which our politicians are trying to ignore. Treasurer Scott Morrison thinks it’s funny to wave coal around in Parliament. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton cracks jokes about rising seas in the Pacific. Labor leader Bill Shorten says he “supports the Adani mine so long as it stacks up.”
If we want to move beyond coal, we’re going to have to spell out #StopAdani to our politicians. That’s why we’re joining forces in creating human signs so big that they can’t be ignored, at iconic locations across Australia, including Wodonga.
Come and create a human sign, 1.30-2.30pm Saturday 7th October on Gateway Island Wodonga. Meet behind the oval where circus tents set up, towards the river, where there’s a small picnic area and natural amphitheatre.
Wear red and black, bring red umbrellas. We will take spectacular photos to send to our politicians along with petitions to be tabled in parliament. There will be speeches and music by Uke-n-dandah. We must tell our government we do not want a billion of our dollars loaned to a corrupt foreign mining corporation to fund the destruction of our environment.