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Energy giant AGL wants us to believe that it is a clean and green company. In fact, it is neck deep in the dirty energy business - and is Australia’s biggest climate polluter. Through bringing together a movement of customers, shareholders, communities impacted by AGL and those already feeling the impacts of climate change we will give Australia’s biggest polluter no choice but to get out of the dirty energy business.


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In 2016 communities across Australia are maintaining powerful resistance to coal and gas projects. These frontline fights are often all that stands in the way of reckless projects that threaten the climate, beautiful ecosystems, sacred cultural sites and Australia's best farm land.


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Despite more than two decades of talking, our climate is at a crisis point because our leaders have allowed themselves to be captured by the fossil fuel industry. If our politicians are serious about climate change, then they need to stop taking money from and giving money to the big polluters.


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COURIER MAIL: ‘Adani’s $2b rail on track for jobs boom’

A 310km rail corridor connecting Adani’s Carmichael megamine to the coast is a step closer to being funded by the Federal Government.

The Courier-Mail understands up to $1 billion has been set aside by the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF), which has given the $2.2 billion project conditional approval.


There must be no Federal money to fund Adani coal mine: 350.org

Brisbane, 3 December : 350.org Australia has slammed the Federal Government’s decision to give conditional approval to $1bn in funding from the Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund (NAIF) for a rail corridor that would connect the coal port at Abbot Point with Adani’s proposed Carmichael coal mine as a catastrophe for the climate.


350.org says Big Energy retailers caught gaming South Australian power market a dangerous trend

MELBOURNE, 1 December -- 350.org Australia says the latest Australian Energy Retailer (AER) report suggesting monopolistic behaviour in South Australia to push up electricity prices and result in mega profits for the energy companies is a dangerous trend and highlights the need to move away from reliance on gas generators.