For the Kurri Kurri gas plant to go ahead it needs 50km of pipelines to carry and store the gas. The Kurri Kurri Lateral Pipeline Project is now open for public comment. Submissions close on 10 May.
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Sydney Nannas Anne and Bronwyn travelled to the 11th blockade of Newcastle Port on April 24. We joined the Hunter Nannas who provided first aid, refreshments and kayaks for those who were going out onto the harbour. It was great to see them again and be part of an action together after such a long Covid-inducedContinue reading “Nannas at Newcastle Coal Port Blockade”
There’s still time for the big issues to be addressed before the election on 21 May. We’ve had enough distractions and now pollies must answer us on climate change and its challenges.
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After a recent visit to the Pilliga, Nanna Terry wrote a briefing paper for people not familiar with the Narrabri Gas Project and the associated problems with coal seam gas extraction.
If you don’t want your Super Fund to invest in the expansion of gas and coal mining here’s a simple action.
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In September 2020, eight young school strikers launched a world-first class action on behalf of 5 million young people. They alleged Australia’s Environment Minister had a duty of care to avoid causing them climate harm by approving a new coal project.
There’s bad news if like the Nannas you are reeling from the NSW government’s approval of Whitehaven’s Narrabri Underground coal mine and another half a billion tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions over the next two decades.