Adani's Proposed Carmichael Coal Mine has Murky Infrastructure

Australia's largest ever coal project, Adani's proposed Carmichael coal mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin, has been found to have a murky and troubling maze of corporate arrangements spread across known tax havens.

Additionally, research released in January shows that the Carmichael mine and its related infrastructure is at profound risk of becoming a ‘stranded asset’ due to the staggering carbon pollution it would cause.

With the involvement of a complex web of companies spread across the world, accountability and transparency is difficult.

The Greens have called for an investigation into Adani's Australian operations and a halt to any plans to develop the Carmichael mine.

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