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Securing a safe climate means that 80% of all existing fossil fuel reserves must remain in the ground—yet many of our institutions are investing in these reserves. Australia is one of the most carbon-intense economies in the world, yet we are rich in renewable energy resources.


Leard Blockade

This campaign is uniting a powerful movement — farmers, Traditional Owners, doctors, environmental groups, religious leaders and many others — to stop the construction of the huge Maules Creek Coal Mine in the endangered Leard State Forest.


Galilee Coal

Plans are underway to develop nine mega coal mines in Queensland’s Galilee Basin, five of which would be larger than any mine in operation in Australia today. The mines would triple our emissions and require construction of the world’s largest coal port at Abbot Point in the Great Barrier Reef.


Keep W.A. Gas in the Ground

Sitting beneath some of the most precious, fertile and culturally significant places in WA is a vast swathe of unconventional gas. We need your help to grow a strong movement of supporters who are ready to: stand with communities on the front line, break political support for unconventional gas and stop investment in these projects.


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Peaceful Occupation of Minerals Council for Pacific Climate Warriors

10 Canberrans have been arrested during an occupation of the Minerals Council of Australia. 15 protesters entered the building this morning, standing in solidarity with the Pacific Climate Warriors, who are fighting against the fossil fuel industry's destructive plans to expand coal and gas expansion in Australia -- plans that would result in the destruction of many Pacific Islands.


Whitehaven Coal’s Sydney office occupied

SYDNEY, 20 October: 50 people have descended on Whitehaven Coal today, with 10 people occupying the Sydney office in support of the fight of Pacific Islanders who have come to Australia to stand against the fossil fuel industry. The action follows the blockade of the Newcastle Coal Port last Friday, where 150 people in canoes blockaded coal ships for several hours.


Melbourne Anglicans to Divest from Fossil Fuels

Melbourne, 20th October: Within two years the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne will take “all reasonable steps” to divest its shares in corporations whose revenues from fossil fuel extraction or production exceed 20 per cent of their total revenue. So resolved, in an amended motion, the 800-strong Melbourne Anglican Synod, held in St Paul’s Cathedral from 15-18 October.