Say “NO” to GALALAR SILICA MINE PROJECT

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Alex Jia
Sep 27, 2020
I’m signing because I’m passionate about Indigenous land ownership and decision making that allows strong, fair and respectful understanding of conserving natural heritage and history of land and sea.

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Linda cantle
Sep 27, 2020
Leave this beautiful land for future generations to enjoy

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Melissa Griffiths
1 year ago
Because it's so wrong!! This land means so much culturally and spiritually to those that have a connection!! Beautiful country!! Leave it be.

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Katherine Weston-Rosendale
1 year ago
What so ten people from here can get a job and then they get all their workers in to do it anyway as if they just want to destroy everything and we can't let them but someone also needs to give them some better ideas BC obviously they don't know wtf they're doing. We're not going to have a planet to live on soon if they keep plowing ahead without any consideration to the planet WE COME FROM. we do have to stop them but if a petition doesn't work I suggest we all go stand on the highway so they can't get through aha then what.

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Coleen Lander
1 year ago
Pristine places need to be preserved not polluted.

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Elaine Sammut
1 year ago
I’m signing because l do not believe that this mine is more value then the site itself. Enough is enough, the money earned from extracting minerals will never be the value of this beautiful site.

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Antonia Rutherford
1 year ago
One silica mine at a time!

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La-Donna Ballangarry-kearins
1 year ago
It's of such significance

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Ian Parry
1 year ago
china is a criminal state and should not be aided in any way.

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Eileen Hillman
1 year ago
The land is not for sale and not for mining. It has traditional owners!