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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Franky1's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: HEY!
I came to the rally today, it was fantastic, and i will do anything to help out guys!!!

Love Franky xxx :]
Shirley1's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Bill Clinton famously and stupidly once said, "It's all about the economy stupid". Nooooooo! "It's all about the environment stupid". Without precious natural resources -clean water,clean air,forests , fisheries etc, there is no economy. All economic activity owes it's existence to the natural environment! This decision by Premier "Gunn", Turnbull and their finanical backers should cost them more than money -their reputations,power, and a good night's sleep!
Anonymous's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Think of the future, not the easy gain to be had from this venture. This planet needs us to be vigilant against the rape of its forests, so do you.
Phil68's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Environmental and political idiocy, all in the name of JOBS and VOTES.
Rod10's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: If you don't stop putting Corporate wellbeing ahead of the wellbeing of all life and that of our ailing planet, we will all be sorry!
seaner1's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: It is time, and more than time, that large corporate bodies such as ANZ and Perpetual, undertook the ethically responsible leadership role in our country's and the world's future which their position of community presence promotes. Time for Malcolm Turnbull to come out from behind the shield of what legislation "allows" him to do and show his own integrity in this transparently flawed decision.
DebK's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: The environment can't speak for itself, nor can the people of a future affected by toxic substances produced by pulp mills. It is up to us to stop them, and this is the only way we can protest - having tried logic, scientific argument and lobbying politicians.
CAssiaLEe's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Supporting the Pulp Mill is not the smartest thing to do and the devastation on the evironment could last more then our life time. Our childrens children could suffer from this decision. Please be wise and not just in it for the money when you make this decision. Please
LUNA's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: THE GREED IS A DISGRACE. PUBLIC
OFFICIALS SHOULD BE OUSTED. MALCOLM NEEDS TO COME TO HIS SENSES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SAVE WHAT CANNOT BE LOST.
Gez1's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Stop Pulp Mill save the environment
macgooty1's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: The earth is dying - the oceans are dying. Please be a part of the solution not the problem, for eventually you will be judged - and that judgement will be very, very harsh.
Anonymous's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: I was born and raised in Tasmania and I would like my children to enjoy its wilderness.Not a polluting pulp mill and stories of the native flora and fauna.
snakebones's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: no vote and no investment, you get it? GOOD.
douges's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: Not untill every tree has been cut down and every drop of water has been polluted will man realise what he has done .Don,t sacrifice our kids future for the sake of the greed of Industries
vfm's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: So disappointing that organizations such as Perpetual and AnZ are not able to show leadership where native forests will be felled and there will be subsequent pollution. Very disheartening. And Minister Turnbull also feels he must push on with "progress" .
Anonymous's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: I pledge my support as a representative of my children and other generations to come. They need a healthy and sustainable environment for their future.
Anonymous's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: It is time financial institutions considered their ethical responsibilities when providing funding and support for environmentally and socially damaging projects.
Anonymous's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: You can do what comes easy or what is right. Please choose to do what's right.
frogfriend's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: WE DONT NEED A PULP MILL WE NEED EDUCATION,TOURISM,PRESERVATION OF OUR WILDERNESS AREAS, PLEASE LISEN THANKS
Kirk Marshall's Pledge to ANZ, Perpetual and Minister Turnbull about the pulp mill: I've personally conducted two exhaustive years of wholly-invested & divested societal mobilisation and environmentalist conservation politics, through activism and fundraising, to ensure that specifically Gunns Ltd.'s proposed Pulp Mill does not continue in its strategic progress, advancement or furthered construction. The ostensible, auspicious & *especial* "why" underlying my having justifiably given so much of my own inherent time and energy, from 2005 to the eve of 2007, in ensuring that such ungovernable and corrosive advances as these are stultified, and *not* seen into fruition, is because it constitutes one entire environmental-related hazard. In *toto*. Gunns is a big-business think-tank funded by the fuel of historically questionable politics & corporate venture, and a technological coup that will eradicate & incapacitate Tasmanian old-growth hardwood forest from enjoying a pragmatic regenerative lifespan spells both the death of the potential industry in Tasmania, and constitutes a cautionary tale for those who live above in the thus-far "untouched" states. I, for one, do not want to align even a modicum of cursory alliance with a company who impels the death of a single natural species, -- and no-one can tell me, with definitive certainty, that shouldering the aforesaid aspirations of Gunns *won't* cause the long-staying demise of an endangered animal, over a long enough period of industrial expansion. It's legislation that rationalises something irremediably antithetical to the "New Green" approach Australia has recently adopted, in deference to a preceding fifty year's of conservation-based advice & social advocacy. This signifies, then, yet again, nothing but a backwater attempt forged to create industry, whilst significantly and economically deflating it due to a diminishing preponderance of old-growth vegetation, -- and a backwater dismissal of everything which the world conscious to foreseeable environmental degradation attests to. I have to posit, just what is this all about, if not money which will seemingly come to be recirculated back into the economy via the death of a fragile ecological environment? What, really, is it about?
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