More than 2 million Australians belong to the organisations who have so far signed up to the Stop Adani Alliance.
The Alliance membership ranges from small local environment groups working to stop the project going ahead in their community, right through to national organisations leading campaigns to take action on climate change.
"In 40 years time people will be talking about the campaign to stop Adani like they now talk about the Franklin. "Where were you and what did you do?" they will ask."
— Bob Brown
Bob Brown Foundation
"Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are already experiencing the worst impacts of climate change. Right now Queensland mob are seeing sea level rise in the Torres Strait, remote communities are running out of water, and everywhere we are being hit by severe weather events. Government support of Adani’s mine is a disgrace. Not only will the mine destroy our climate, they are literally re-writing Aboriginal land rights to push this mine through."
— Larissa Baldwin
Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network
"If we are going to stop Adani from building their massive Carmichael coal mine, we need to cut off the money, change the politics, and create a groundswell of people demanding a rapid transition to clean, renewable energy. That's only going to happen by working together, so we're proud to be part of the Stop Adani Alliance."
— Julien Vincent
"Stopping Adani is the fight of our times. For young people this project represents everything that is wrong with our current political system - fossil fuel companies corrupting our democracy, putting profits before people, and disrespecting Traditional Owners. Only a people-powered movement can stop this mine, and we won't stop until we win."
— Gemma Borgo-Caratti
Australian Youth Climate Coalition
"It doesn’t matter who you are if you’re young or old, we’re a very diverse movement. So many people feel really strongly about this issue - especially in North Queensland where the dominant narrative is that everybody wants the mine and needs this mine. We need our voices to be heard."
— Maree Dibella
North Queensland Conservation Council
"Mining and burning coal is warming our oceans and killing our Reef. To protect the Reef, we must urgently stop using coal for electricity generation, and rapidly move to repower Australia with clean energy. That's why we are part of the campaign, because the very survival of The Great Barrier Reef depends on us keeping coal in the ground."
— Sandra Williams
Australian Marine Conservation Society
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