Each of us have a choice to make. We can sit at home alone, shouting at the TV about our wounded world. Or we can join together to heal it.

GetUp is ramping up a national movement of local Action Groups, to fight for a more fair, flourishing and just Australia. We need a new form of power that can challenge the self-serving corporations and right wing media with too much control over our democracy.

We are going to do the one thing they can’t - organise door to door, phone call to phone call. With people power.

Join our movement of people powered impact.

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Upcoming events

Longreach Water Forum

This Monday, our friends at Farmers for Climate Action are hosting a water forum in Longreach. It’s an opportunity to hear from experts in water management and the coal industry about how coal mines impact our land and groundwater. It’s not to be missed - RSVP below. Keynote speaker Tom Crothers is a water expert, having worked in natural resource management for the Queensland Government for 35 years. He also wrote “Draining the Lifeblood”, a major report exposing the risks to our groundwater from Adani’s proposed Carmichael mine. The event includes a panel featuring: Angus Emmott, third generation grazier from Noonbah Station Rick Humphries, Lock the Gate Mine rehabilitation expert & South-West QLD farmer Michael Kane, Farmers for Climate Action QLD Sara Graham, law student at Australian National University, from Longreach Jenny Todd, Aramac grazier (MC)

Dickson Action Group Meeting

Dickson Action Group is working to ensure that their local representative stands with them and represent their values. The group is passionate about ensuring their representatives promotes a fair, just and equal society for all Australians. Join them in campaigning for exactly that!

Emerald Water Forum

This Tuesday, our friends at Farmers for Climate Action are hosting a water forum in Emerald. It’s an opportunity to hear from experts in water management and the coal industry about how coal mines impact our land and groundwater. It’s not to be missed - RSVP below. Keynote speaker Tom Crothers is a water expert, having worked in natural resource management for the Queensland Government for 35 years. He also wrote “Draining the Lifeblood”, a major report exposing the risks to our groundwater from Adani’s proposed Carmichael mine. The event includes a panel featuring: Rick Humphries, Lock the Gate Mine rehabilitation expert & South-West QLD farmer Michael Kane, Farmers for Climate Action QLD Sara Graham, law student at Australian National University, from Longreach Jenny Todd, Aramac grazier (MC)

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