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The solution to stopping Adani's terrible coal mine? People Power! Join us on the frontlines in Central Queensland to end this mine and build unstoppable momentum for a brighter future. #StopAdani #FrontlineAction #HoldingTheLine

Posted by Front Line Action on Coal on Sunday, 1 October 2017

With Adani on the ground in the early phases of construction, now is the time to step up like never before.

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People of Faith Blockade Work on Adani Rail Line

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Protesters occupy Adani Headquarters in Townsville

UPDATE:  In a follow up to this morning's action at Townsville Adani headquarters, ten community members interrupted a Liberal press conference - Andrew Cripps, LNP sitting member for Hinchinbrook, Casie Scott, candidate for Townsville, Matthew Derlagen, candidate for...


We are the remote support group for Frontline Action on Coal that allows people to support FLAC from where ever they may be. Technology and social media is really difficult in remote QLD on the #BlockadeAdani frontline. Remote support can really amplify...

About FLAC

Frontline Action on Coal is an independent community group on the ground in Queensland, using our bodies to #StopAdani building his mine and railway.

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I pledge to participate in dignified, peaceful civil disobedience to protect the climate, Reef and everyone’s future by stopping the construction of Adani’s coal project in Queensland.

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