South Pacific Flotilla To Protest Climate Change Inaction At Australia Coal Port
Protesters from 12 South Pacific nations plan to block ships entering and leaving Australia’s Port of Newcastle, the world’s largest coal export terminal, this month to highlight effects they say climate change is having on their islands. Millions of tonnes of coal mined from collieries owned by BHP Billiton Rio Tinto, Glencore and others pass through the port each year. Koreti Tiumalu, Pacific coordinator for 350.org, said, “For over 20 years now Pacific islanders have been negotiating with little effect for countries like Australia to cut greenhouse gas emissions, and to stop coal, oil and gas exports.”http://feeds.reuters.com/r/reuters/environment/3/619O6-WZQwc/story01.htmhttp://www.wochit.com
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