Adani keeps working at Carmichael despite criticism

IN ONE of the more unusual extensions of green lawfare, Adani has been accused of risking the spread of the COVID-19 virus through remote Queensland communities by its decision to continue operations at its Carmichael mine.

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Adani keeps working at Carmichael despite criticism Adani keeps working at Carmichael despite criticism Adani keeps working at Carmichael despite criticism Adani keeps working at Carmichael despite criticism Adani keeps working at Carmichael despite criticism

Construction at Adani's Carmichael rail and mine project in Queensland continues despite COVID-19.

Frontline Action on Coal spokeswoman Amy Booth said the decision to keep construction activity going at Carmichael while the rest of the country self-isolated because of COVID-19 also endangered

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