From fishing villages on the Gujarat coastline to Adanis power plant in Mundra and thecompanys headquarters in Ahmedabad, Lindsay Simpsons personal story tracks how the AdaniGroup managed to woo Australian governments into approving Australias largest coal mine inthe Galilee Basin and port expansion in a zone of great ecological sensitivity.Why would an Australian Prime Minister, a State Premier and a handful of regional mayorsback such a project, risking the future of the Great Barrier Reef and threatening Australias vastprecious source of underground waterthe Great Artesian Basin? And what of the consequencesfor greenhouse gas emissions if other proposed mines in the Galilee Basin go ahead?With other activists, she travels from Adanis Indian headquarters in Gujarat to ParliamentHouse in Canberra to lobby politicians, demand answers and question motivations. She alsodocuments the power of the social movement, Stop Adani, which has captured the publicimagination. von Simpson, Lindsay
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