Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends share their Christmas video before taking a break over the holiday season.
Some good news for the Christmas break. Check out the links to the news stories.
Sign Climate Council petition calling on Minister Madeleine King to stand up to the big fossil fuel polluters
The Nanna Hug has been needed far too much this week.
More good news if you click on the link – students earn points for their house when they walk or ride to school, a living solar cell created using a succulent plant, ticking the carbon neutral box really reduces greenhouse gas emissions, new houses built after 2025 in Tokyo must have solar panels
This week we can support the Nature Conservation Council campaign to push Water Minister Anderson to protect the Murray Darling Basin and to lodge Water Resource Plans to the Murray Darling Authority.
Nanna Bron recently attended a Koala Citizen Science training day in Campbelltown and she described it as AWESOME!
Over 200 people, potentially directly impacted by the proposed Queensland Hunter Gas pipeline, signed a petition which was delivered to Minister Kean’s office in Hornsby on Thursday. Several Sydney Knitting Nannas were there to support those who travelled from the Hunter and the North West.
Lots of good news this week makes it hard to choose what to put on the graphic….
Nannas were outside Parliament yesterday, with others, to speak out against the sentencing of Deanna “Violet” Coco to a non-parole period of eight months. Violet blocked a single lane of traffic on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in April in a protest staged to draw attention to the global climate emergency.