Our state pollies are paying attention after the federal election shakeup and a state election is only 9 months away. We have an opportunity now to tell them what we think of the Dendrobium mine extension project under the Sydney and Illawarra water catchment.
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What a fascinating week lies ahead as we find out more about the election winners and how the battle lines for real climate action were redrawn on Saturday night. Nannas applaud and congratulate everyone who worked hard for a change of direction towards a safe future for the kiddies.
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You do not have to follow a How to Vote leaflet. If your first preference does not reach 50% then your vote flows on at full value to the party or independent candidate who does reach 50%.
Knitting Nannas from Sydney, Hunter, Mid Coast, Gloucester and Illawarra gathered in Martin Place yesterday to talk to people about voting for Climate Action. They marched from Martin Place to the Minerals Council’s office chanting “Money for nurses, money for schools, no more money for fossil fuels” and “What do we want, a federal ICAC,Continue reading “Nannas march to Minerals Council”
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Knitting Nannas from up and down the coast are coming to Sydney’s CBD to speak up for the kiddies’ futures on Friday May 13. From 11am they will gather in Martin Place near Elizabeth Street before marching to the Minerals Council premises and then to the top end of Martin Place.
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Not having a robust Integrity Commission at a federal level enables more than rorting of grants programs, it’s blocking the serious climate action we need. Legal, but essentially corrupt behaviour, has empowered those businesses with the most to lose from a move towards clean energy.