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Our vision for northern Australia is to help ensure that any development in the region is sustainable, nuclear free and based on the consent and support of Traditional Owners.
The Kimberley is under pressure from the natural resource and development sectors to mine for uranium, iron ore, coal, bauxite and gas. We're committed to protecting the Kimberley from inappropriate development and broad scale industrialisation.
ACF supports a nuclear free future for Australia. We are committed to working with Indigenous landowners, civil society groups and the wider community to end the uranium trade that creates environmental and cultural damage at home and fuels dangerous reactors and nuclear insecurity overseas
The nuclear journey begins with uranium mining and 70% of the world’s uranium lies on Indigenous lands.These impacts can be wide ranging and include both environmental and cultural/social and also apply to broader communities.
A radioactive waste dump has been proposed for Muckaty in the Northern Territory. It's community says no, we support them and you can help too.
Protecting Cape York Peninsula’s environment and culture benefits both people and country. A conservation and cultural economy has long term financial benefits for Cape York.
ACF has long campaigned for an end to uranium mining in the unique Kakadu region. Kakadu is Australia’s largest National Park and is World Heritage listed for both its environmental and cultural importance.