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Screening of StopAdani: A Mighty Force

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In the words of JR Tolkien "Not all those who wander are lost". My passion and loves are my family, travel and writing. I'm fortunate to be able to combine all three for an extraordinary life adventure....
Feel inspired and empowered by ordinary Australians around the country who have come together to take up one of the biggest social and environmental issues of our time.

Beautifully real and powerful, this documentary follows the stories of several individuals and their simple actions to inspire change and make a difference. It's a unique insight into what ordinary people can and do achieve when inspired to create a better world and future.

The documentary takes us around the nation from beautiful Far North Queensland to Melbourne's urban heart, to meet people from all walks of life from religious minister, to farmer, tourism operator to businessman, student to political leader, to share in their stories of how people power can create meaningful and lasting change.

Current Melbourne screenings include:
Ashburton Library on March 26 2018.
6:45pm for 7pm start
Copeland Room, Ashburton Library
154 High St, Ashburton

The Jewish Ecological Coalition ( and the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (
Sunday 29 April at 7:00 PM
55A Blessington St, St Kilda, Victoria 3182
Supper will be served. Small note donation invited.

Sunday 11 March at 12:30 PM
110 Grey St, East Melbourne, VIC 3002

South Melbourne Community Centre 25 March 4-6pm
1 Ferrars Pl, South Melbourne, VIC 3205
Refreshments provided.
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Why? The 30-minute documentary captures the power and passion of people taking extraordinary action to stop Adani from building one of the biggest coal mines in the world, threatening our water, our climate and our Great Barrier Reef.
Phone: Various contact numbers of film screening host and organisers
Where: Various locations in Melbourne
Cost: contact organisers directly
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