Traditional owners rebuke Prime Minister Turnbull’s promise to Adani

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The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has met with  Chairman Gautam Adani’s this week in India, during his three day visit.

It has been reported that the Prime Minister has made a claim to resolve the Native Title issues surrounding the Carmichael coalmine in Central Queensland.

If the $21 billion plan goes ahead ensuring the building of what would be Australia’s largest coal mine the projected impacts include environmental concerns ranging from the burning of fossil fuels to reef damage

Opponents to the mine who have been resisting the Government’s plan remain firmly against Adani’s project, and believe that traditional native land owners have been forgotten in the conversation.

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