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STOP ADANI film nights in Moruya, Batemans Bay and Narooma

Eurobodalla are organising STOP ADANI film nights in Moruya, Batemans Bay and Narooma as part of actions around Australia.

“Guarding the Galilee” shows the raw beauty of the Queensland outback where the Wangan and Jagalingou Aborigines are fighting to save their land.

The coal from this mine would equal Australia’s total carbon emissions at a time when the world needs to change to renewable energy and dramatically reduce carbon pollution.

Allan Rees, co-ordinator Eurobodalla told the Beagle "We want to save the Great Barrier Reef which has just suffered a second year of coral bleaching due to high sea temperatures caused by global warming.

"Climate change is already affecting the Eurobodalla. Records from Moruya Heads show a significant rise in temperature since 1910 along with lower rainfall and milder winters. Our farmers are also seeing adverse changes in the climate."

"The award winning documentary “Guarding the Galilee” stars Queensland born actor Michael Caton and shows how Adani’s mine threatens cattle station water supplies."

"We don’t want the federal government to loan $1 billion to this destructive mine and we will organise people in Eurobodalla to stop this mine. We want a safe climate future."

MORUYA Friday 5th May 5.45 for 6.00 at St Mary’s Performance Hall, 40 Queen St

BATEMANS BAY Friday 12th May 5.15 for 5.30 at Anglican Church Hall, 6 Herarde St

NAROOMA Friday 19th May 5.45 for 6.00 at the Kinema, Princes Highway

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