Take the Pulp Mill Pledge to stop Gunns' Proposed pulp mill - send your pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull

What people are saying in their Pulp Mill Pledge opposing Gunn's proposed pulp mill
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save the trees!!! 2007's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: no longer have accounts with these banks. they lost me!!!
JT1's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Save our forests please!
TSC's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: There comes a time when after weighing up the pros and cons you have to say enough is enough. This is that time.
Anonymous's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Please dont sponsor this project. It reflects badly on your bank. Surely there are many other projects you can fund, or simply be an environmentally aware and responsible corporate citizen.
S. Nowakowski's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: ANZ, Perpetual and Mr. Turnbull, show some leadership and some moral high ground on this issue. Say no to any Pulp Mill in Tasmania...
heritage's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: I currently hold an investment loan with ANZ as well as conducting all of my banking with ANZ.

This issue is of sufficient importance to me to reconsider my dealings with ANZ should you proceed with financing the pulm mill.

Please reconsider this decision with the interests of all Australians and our future generations in mind.
Anonymous's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: My daughter was one of the 15,000 people who took part in your march. I'm glad that she understands the importance of saving forests and environments throughout the world. I live in Oregon, where we're dealing with similar problems around protecting old growth habitats. Good luck with your continued efforts.
christo90210's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: I and my wife intend to close all of our ANZ accounts if the ANZ proceed with funding of the Pulp Mill.
Anonymous's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: I have written to Malcolm Turnbull, The Age newspaper and my local member and will now concentrate my efforts on attending any public protests I hear about in Victoria or Tasmania. This mill must not be built.
Sam45's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Enough is enough.
Marnstar's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: We must protect what we have left!!!
walker and bec's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: stop the pulp mill...
my teacher said so...
Cathy in Tasmania's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Please put environment first; profits can be made in other ways. Be innovative and help our planet keep providing us with a home. Be leaders and go down in history as part of the solution.
Tamar2's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: This mill is wrong.It uses too much timber resource for too long,too much water,too many state subsidies, strains our infrastructure and will pollute our air and sea- all for a few hundred long term jobs. As for the process....
This is the 21st century not the 19th!
Please look past the short term and make the decision not to support this mill - a decision that is supported by a majority of Australians who are your current voters and customers. Integrity and ethics are the decision making drivers of many of us in our voting and buying - we are not stupid!
tas1's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: I'm going in this week to transfer my superannuation.
corlaseadreaming's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: We have to start making some very important chioces now. The environment needs to be protected now, becuase in the very near future all the investment in envirnmentally unfriendly project is going to cost us far more finatially then these buinsess will make us now. Economic through needs to look further to a sustainable future, so that we con continue to keep our quality of life. Protect what we have remaining - Stop and think about the consequences. Don't get bullied by Large Corporations. Lets be world leaders and a new economy
Joy B's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: It is very disappointing that thinking people can make a decision that further degrades our environment for short term gain. What will history say about you?
kat_newie's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Tasmania's forests are a national treasure. Please do not support the destruction of these forests by investing in this new pulp mill.
jgritz's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Apart from the awful environment concerns of this mill, there is also a strong case for it being an economic disaster with the Tasmanian taxpayer footing the bill for a Gunns folly. The Fray Bentos pulp mill has just opened on the Argentinian/Uruguay border and analysts are predicting its huge production capacity will push global pulp prices down approximately 30%. If the Gunns mill is built it will push prices down even further and we will end up with a $1.7bn white elephant that Lennon and friends will promptly underwrite for the next 30 years. Hopefully Gunns laughable management and schoolyard bully tactics will be spotted by the financiers in Sydney sooner rather than later.
Margaritis's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: I, my family and friends will take all our buisness away from any institute that supports guns pulp mill.
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