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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced her Government will have "no role in the future" of an assessment of a $1 billion loan to Adani for its Carmichael coal mine. The Northern Austra...
"This is smelly no matter how it's viewed."
The only people who support it? Suburban conservative elites.
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It's all about four key seats near the proposed Carmichael Mine.
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India's former environment minister has told Four Corners he is "absolutely appalled by what is happening".
'They’re saying we should be investing taxpayer money with an Indian billionaire whose company is registered in the Cayman Islands.'
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He says he's worked underground for three years and he should know.
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Investors and lending institutions are shifting to sustainable projects that limit the risk of catastrophic environmental damage.
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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk confirmed the deal Tuesday.
It may not be protests, but taxes that kills it off.
Bad for people's health, bad for the economy, bad for the reef, bad for everything.
With Westpac out, Adani's proposed Carmichael mega coal mine looks in doubt again.
Barnaby Joyce dismissed the wetlands as a 'duck shooting pond', but environmentalists disagree.
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Why is the Government so set on giving Adani special treatment?
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The decision on Sunday to approve mining leases for Queensland's Carmichael coal mine is akin to "evil", according to one of the world's foremost marine scientists. "It defies reason," said Dr Charlie...
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For the sake of 69,000 Australians dependent on a healthy Reef for their livelihood, for all Australians who love the Reef and want to pass it on to their children, and for the sake of India's poor, the moral choice is clear.
The project has faced court action on at least five different fronts, largely from extreme green activists who have no connection with the Carmichael Mine and who are located hundreds of kilometres away from the project site.