Sustainability

Communities

Adani Australia is committed to supporting the communities it operates. Since we entered the Australian market in 2010, we have been working with regional economic development organisations, community groups, councils and charities. Our success relies on the support of our partners.

 

Community Partnerships Program

Our Community Partnerships Program assists non for profit organisations and community groups with initiatives and events within our project footprint. This annual program is awarded quarterly.

  • Round 1 – 1 January – 15 March 2018
  • Round 2 – 1 April – 15 June 2018
  • Round 3 – 1 July – 15 September 2018
  • Round 4 – 1 October – 1 December 2018

In 2018, our program has assisted the ‘Run As 1’ events in Mackay and Proserpine and the Pit Pony Festival in Collinsville.

Download an application form

 

Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy

Adani Australia supports the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy’s school programs. QMEA is a highly successful program educating students on the various pathways into the resources sector and other science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) industries.

Our contribution in 2018…

  • 419 students, 78 teachers and 40 staff have participated in sponsored and supported activities.
  • 11 events.
  • A week-long ‘Make it now in Engineering’ camp at CQUniversity in Rockhampton.
  • In August 2018, we welcomed senior physics students from Moranbah State High School to our Rugby Run Solar Farm to discover how sunlight is converted to energy.

2018 Adani Rockhampton River Festival

Moranbah State High School students visit Rugby Run Solar Farm

Adani’s Townsville HQ celebrates NAIDOC Week

Traditional Owners

Adani Australia respects and recognises the Traditional Owners of the land of which the Carmichael mine, rail, renewables and port are located, the Barada Barna, Juru, Jangga, Birriah and Wangan and Jagalingou people.

Adani Australia is committed to creating sustainable employment and economic opportunities for Indigenous communities.

Our Indigenous Land Use Agreements and Cultural Heritage Management Plans support the development of skills and training as well as how areas of significance are preserved during construction and operations. These agreements have been in place since 2014 and will create multigenerational benefits for these groups.

We work with our Traditional Owners under the guidance of these formal agreements and plans, so that we respect the rights, history, future intentions and requests of the Indigenous People.

Partnerships

Our success is directly aligned with the support and advocacy from our partners. Since 2010, we have been working with regional development organisations, Chambers of Commerce, community groups and councils to support the communities in which we operate.