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In June 2019, the Indian billionaire Adani obtained permission to operate the world's largest coal mine

received from the Australian government

03.11.2019 Author: Isolde Moussot Original language: de Translator: Isolde Moussot

Despite years of protests by the population, including the Aborigines, the indigenous people of Australia. The coal mine is located near the Great Barrier Reef. Environmentalists fear that the Great Barrier Reef, which is already threatened by global warming, is now also

is affected by the coal mine.
The production of up to 60 million tonnes of coal per year has been approved. The company's current planning is 27.5 million tonnes per year.

The indigenous people of Australia are very nature-oriented and nature-loving people and are therefore particularly committed to the protection of nature and to stopping the coal mine.

Morrison, Australia's prime minister, now wants to ban climate protests that harm the mining industry.
Sources:

https://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/unternehmen/australien-die-groe

https://www.zeit.de/feature/great-barrier-reef-kohle-energiepolitik

https://www.dw.com/de/sie-werden-unser-land-verschwinden-lassen-aborig

https://www.stopadani.com/why_stop_adani

https://www.welt.de/newsticker/dpa_nt/infoline_nt/wirtschaft_nt/articl

https://www.klima27.com/index.php?page=show_news_details_1&news_id=435

https://www.klimareporter.de/international/australische-mega-kohlemine

https://www.dw.com/de/genehmigung-f%C3%BCr-umstrittenes-kohlebergwerk-