Nannas activities this week

Adani Protest

Nannas have again been busy this week, attending court, meetings and a protest and there are lots of events coming up.

Adani protest
Nannas Louise, Keelah and Heather joined about 30 others at an 8am event in the city. Copies of the Hindenberg Report were delivered to Blackrock and HSBC with a noisy march between the two buildings. They attracted a lot of attention from people going to work. In the report, Hindenburg accused Adani Group of a “brazen stock manipulation and accounting fraud scheme.” It cited 2 years of research, including talks with former senior executives of the company and reviews of several documents.

Video about what has happened to Adani  

EPA vs Whitehaven (Maules Creek Coal) in the Land & Environment Court
Nannas have been attending this court case as some were arrested in the initial fight to stop this mine.

Whitehaven lawyers are seeking a temporary or permanent stay of prosecution in this case over a blast incident at Maules Creek Mine in 2020. Whitehaven lawyer (Tom Howard) said that “there will be some contest of the facts and the legal consequences of the fact”. We await the judges decision. More court cases against Whitehaven are coming up, starting next week.

Coal Watch 
Hunter Valley Operations is owned by subsidiary companies of Yancoal and Glencore. Submissions are open about the continuation of mining at the HVO South open cut mining complex until 2045. Submissions close 27 February

NSW Election Links
Nature Conservation Council election campaign kit.

Lock the Gate election resource


Black Cockatoo Crisis
Saturday 11 February – Screening at the Ritz Randwick 2pm
Check for all venues and dates  

Sunday 12 February – Bob Brown Foundation is organising the Koala Embassy at the top of Manly Corso from 3-5pm

Save the Liverpool Plains from CSG
Saturday 25 February
Spring Ridge Country Club
11am – 5pm
Sydney Nannas will have a gazebo at the event
Facebook event

NSW Environment Leaders Forum
Wednesday 1 March – organised by the Nature Conservation Council
6pm Sydney Town Hall RSVPs essential – limited seats available

School Strike for Climate
Friday 3 March
12 noon – 3pm Sydney Town Hall
Facebook event

Craftivism: Nannas and the Art of Protest
Saturday 4 March 11am – 4pm
Sunday 5 March 10am – 4pm
Brush Farm House,19 Lawson Street, Eastwood
Sydney Knitting Nannas are putting the best of our protest artwork in one place for the public to see for one weekend only. Facebook Event

Protest Actions outside Downing St Court
7 March – Fire Fighter Appeal
15 March – Violet Coco Appeal

Camp for Climate Action
14-17 April – Rising Tide Newcastle

Constitutional Challenge and Nanna Conference
Wednesday – Friday 10-12 May
More information soon

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