At any moment, the Queensland Government could extinguish Wangan and Jagalingou native title rights in the Galilee Basin – the land Adani wants to build their Carmichael mega mine on. 
The Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) Family Council have already said NO to Adani four times and are in the midst of a court battle to protect their country. 
It’s urgent: in the last few days, the newly elected Queensland Government was asked by W&J to give assurance that they would not extinguish native title until the Federal court case, but the Queensland Government has refused to make this commitment. 
This means they could trample Indigenous rights at any moment.
Can you stand with the Wangan and Jagalingou people and make a phone call to tell the Queensland Government not to extinguish native title under any circumstances? Read more on the W&J website.
Make a call now:
Premier Palaszczuk – (07) 3719 7000 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy Premier Trad – (07) 3719 7100 – email@example.com
Minister Lynham – (07) 3719 7360 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Call on the Queensland Government to:
- Under no circumstances extinguish the native title of the W&J people. There is a Federal Court case being heard in March challenging the Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) that Adani and Qld Government are signatories to.
- Speak directly to the W&J Traditional Owners who do not give consent for the mine. The W&J claim group have four times voted against Adani’s ILUA. Traditional Owners have not consented to the construction of the mine on their land. 
The Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners are fighting to defend their lands and culture from Adani and the Queensland and Commonwealth Governments. Let’s stand with them at this critical moment.
Nina, for the Stop Adani team
PPS. Thank you so much to everyone who has filled in the survey to help evaluate 2017 and plan for 2018. If you haven’t done it yet you can do it here.
PPPS. We covered this and more last night in a final webinar for 2017! If you missed it you can catch the recording here.
”Adani: Deal with traditional owners clears crucial hurdle despite pending trial“, ABC News, Saturday 10th December.