Students plan protest against Adani coalming project in four top Australian cities

Student-led marches are being planned across Australia for Saturday, December 8, in response to the "breaking news" that Adani will start work on their mega coal mine before Christmas. Students have invited adults to join them. To attend, with signs, banners and chants, a media alert said, the marches will take place in Melbourne, Sidney, Brisbane and Cairns.
"Speakers include school strikers, first nations people and Pacific Islanders", the media alert said, adding, "Thousands of school students and their supporters will join mass marches around the country this Saturday to call on Federal politicians to urgently stop Adani’s mega coal mine."StrA
The media alert further said, the marches will be led by "the same students who organised last week’s national school strike which saw over 15,000 students walk out of school", adding, "The students are demanding politicians take urgent action to stop dangerous climate change by ending the Adani coal mine and transitioning Australia beyond coal and gas to 100% renewable energy by 2030."

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