Bimblebox Nature Refuge
Coal for Breakfast (Haystack Plains)
Friends of Felton
Aldershot and District Against the Mine (AADAM)
Bowen Residents Action Association
Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland
Western Downs Alliance
Save Our Darling Downs
Great Artesian Basin Protection Group
Basin Sustainability Alliance
Friends of the Earth Australia
National Lock the Gate Alliance
Australian Student Environment Network
Environmental Defenders Office
Switch off Hazelwood (Victoria)
Caroona Coal Action Group (CCAG) (NSW)
Hunter Valley Protection Alliance (NSW)
Wollombi Valley Against Gas Extraction (NSW)
Rising Tide Newcastle (NSW)
Rivers SOS (NSW)
Friends of the Earth International
Coalswarm (information on global coal activism)
Coal is dirty (fact sheets, fake coal ads and more)
Earthworkers Oil & Gas Accountability Project
Carbon Trade Watch
US Coal Campaign
More info on some of the groups that we work with.
Community Dialogues on Coal. This report describes the findings of the Queensland coal communities listening tour, conducted in November 2008.
Coal Seam Gas health impacts flyer. This flyer is an introduciton to the health impacts of CSG, updated in June 2011.
What to do if you're approached by a mining company. Watch this video and follow these links. We're adding to this all the time.
Fractured Communities: Case Studies of the Impacts of Industrial Gas Drilling. A report of hundreds of case studies of the impacts of gas drilling in the US, published by RiverKeeper Inc in September 2010.
Queensland Coal Exports. A visual representation of where Queensland's coal is exported to, what it's used for and the climate implications.
Climate Justice Kit. A collection of information and ideas for climate justice action produced by Friends of the Earth Sydney.
Policy Position on Mining on Farmland. A joint submission by Queensland environment groups to the Queensland Government review of mining on agricultural land.
Toolkit for Climate Action. Resources gathered by the Network for Climate Action from a wide range of sources such as Rising Tide, Seeds for Change, Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace.
Coal Seam Gas and Intensive Cropping. A factsheet produced by Dalby agronomists that demonstrates the incompatability of CSG extraction and farming.
A Climate of Change Toolkit. Resources on advocacy and campaigning, media, networking, event management, and strategies and plans developed for Australian Climate Action Groups.
Who really benefits from coal mining in Queensland? A poster developed by John Graham and the Mackay Conservation Group.
The Dumb State?: Queensland’s Continuing Carbon Addiction. Referenced transcript from Guy Pearce's speech as part of the Global Change Institute's 'Insights' seminar series. Brisbane – Thursday 28 October 2010.
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