Good News 25 Nov 2022

For links to more good news and links to articles click on the image – EVs to become cheaper, government fleets to go green, turning vegetable food waste into healthy snacks, AGL to close South Australia’s main gas power station early.Continue reading “Good News 25 Nov 2022”

Tamboran AGM Rally

Shareholders of Tamboran Resources were drummed into their AGM in Margaret Street in Sydney on Friday. A rowdy group, including the XR Drummers, greeted the shareholders outside the venue and then continued the racket while the meeting took place upstairs.

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COP27 Climate Rally

Knitting Nannas from Sydney and the Hunter joined a rally and march in Sydney last Saturday to call for much stronger climate action by the global leaders gathered at the COP27 in Egypt. Rich countries have not kept the commitments they made in Glasgow last year. Global emissions continue to rise resulting in extreme climate events around the world. The worst impacts are being felt in developing countries which have contributed least to global warming.Continue reading “COP27 Climate Rally”

Good News 18 Nov 2022

Lots more good things happening this week – Cannon-Brookes wins historic battle to green up AGL Energy’s board, world’s biggest rainforest nations form alliance, Brazil’s President-elect vows to undo environmental degradation and more….Continue reading “Good News 18 Nov 2022”

Letter to Premier re Narrabri Gas

Dear Premier,

The media has reported that you will be meeting Santos CEO, Kevin Gallagher, during this week to talk about approval of the Narrabri Gas Project.

This project has united Gomeroi people, farmers, environmentalists, unionists, scientists and economists, a feat politicians can only dream of! I am a member of the environmental group the Sydney Knitting Nannas & Friends, and we are among the diverse groups coming together to strongly oppose this project.Continue reading “Letter to Premier re Narrabri Gas”

Traditional Owners at Tamboran AGM

Tamboran Resources is recklessly pushing ahead with plans to frack the Beetaloo basin in the NT. Their AGM is this Friday in Sydney and Traditional Owners are travelling from their remote communities to again tell Tamboran they do not consent to gas fracking on their country.Continue reading “Traditional Owners at Tamboran AGM”

IMARC Conference protest

Knitting Nannas are still puzzling over police actions at the International Mining and Resources Conference at Darling Harbour on Friday 4 November. One of the Sydney Nannas struggled to make sense of what’s going on in the following short video.Continue reading “IMARC Conference protest”

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