If all of the Galilee Basin coal was burned, it’s estimated that 705 million tonnes of CO2 would be released each year – that’s more than 1.3 times Australia’s current annual emissions.
Put simply, we cannot let this happen.
Our latest report, ‘Galilee Basin – Unburnable Coal’, explores why any new coal mine is fundamentally at odds with protecting Australia from the impacts of climate change.
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Momentum is building: global investment in new renewable capacity has overtaken investment in fossil fuels. However with 90% of known, extractable coal in Australia’s existing coal reserves needing to stay in the ground, action needs to be taken urgently.
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