Australian news, and some related international items

Anti Adani coal project protestors lock themselves to heavy machinery

Protesters strap selves to Adani machines, AAP   Anti-coal activists have locked themselves to heavy machinery to protest Adani’s mega mine in central Queensland.  Three members of the Frontline Action on Coal group have used a sleeping dragon technique – which involves wrapping their arms around equipment then locking their hands inside metal pipes so they can’t be removed by outsiders – to attach themselves to a grader, excavator and front-end loader near one of the workers’ camps at Belyando.

Protesters have vowed to “do whatever it takes to peacefully stop” the $21.7 billion coal mine and rail project.

October 26, 2017 - Posted by | climate change - global warming, Queensland

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