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Koalas have been around for 25 million years – they must have survived a lot of changes in that time! But they will only survive the changes our society is inflicting on them if we act to protect their habitat. The rally will draw attention to the actions that will work. There’s no time toContinue reading “Manly Koala Rally”
Sydney Nannas were back outside parliament protesting against a coal mine this week, and some attended a webinar about coal or met with their MP.
Lots of good news this week. Click on the image to see links to articles on the above and on Denmark first to offer ‘loss and damage’ funding to the most climate-vulnerable areas, Victoria’s 2020 target smashed, native seed garden, teaching with turtles and more.
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends joined the Bob Brown Foundation and Save Sydney’s Koalas as part of the international Big Canopy Campout on Saturday 17th of September. This Nannas’ knitted banner shows many of the threats faced by the endangered koala species. At the Campout we heard first hand about the threat to koalas ofContinue reading “Big Canopy Camp”
Nannas will join the rally outside the NSW Parliament on Wednesday 21 September at 1pm to support the Wonnarua people’s fight to protect their heritage from the Glendell coal mine extension. The project would wipe out very significant heritage sites, destroy woodlands and forest and produce millions of tonnes of emissions for up to 22Continue reading “Say no to Glendell coal extension”
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The NSW Independent Planning Commission has just approved the Mt Pleasant Coal Optimisation Project near Muswellbrook. The Commission cited the Perrottet government’s policy on coal and gas development in justifying their decision.
Gas companies will struggle to open new gas basins without public money. The Labor government has not yet outlined their position on public funding for gas.