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In Development

Writer, Director CHRISTOPER AMOS



The Queensland State & Federal governments and mining industry promise thousands of local jobs in Far North Queensland by building the world’s largest new coal mine much to the dismay of the local Indigenous community and farmers who are negatively impacted by the arrival of the mining conglomerate.


We meet the main players involved in the debate of our times, the politicians, the activists, the indigenous custodians of the land, farmers, miners, the business people, and the local community caught up in this contentious issue.


Coalspriacy goes in-depth to show how the Carmichael coal mine came about, the politics behind the controversial mining industry, the grassroots action putting the brakes on digging up coal, the legal arguments for and against the mine, highlighting the environmental impacts versus economical advantage debate happening around the world today.

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