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Good News 17 Feb 2022
Protestors avoid paying compensation, bird breeding bonanza in NSW. green metals breakthrough, eradication of invasive species on Lord Howe Island, turtle poachers turn protectors, another WA town adds battery storage, pressure to overhaul cat laws.
Nanna loops are plotting across NSW
On Monday Nannas from Northern Rivers, Hunter, Central Coast, Gloucester, Illawarra, South Coast and Sydney got together online for a catchup on our activities and some combined plotting. We also agreed to come together for a min-conference in May in Sydney.
Demand a stronger Safeguard Mechanism
The kiddies need a Safeguard Mechanism that will protect them by reducing emissions. This is a big deal – please sign up to say how the Safeguard Mechanism could be made safe and strong.
Good News 10 Feb 2023
Plibersek blocks Palmer’s coal mine, Aussie solar pioneers win top engineering prize, Adani shares slide, solar cell breakthrough, directors personally sued over climate strategy, electric vehicle demand soars and more….
Nannas activities this week
Nannas have again been busy this week, attending court, meetings and a protest and there are lots of events coming up.
Stop Santos’ Narrabri Gas Plans
Coal seam gas (CSG) puts land, water and culture at risk. Communities in north-west NSW are right now fighting against this industry, which will turbocharge climate change, causing more droughts, floods and fires.
Good News 3 Feb 2023
There is lots of good news around solar energy and batteries this week and if you switch to an ethical super fund, its the third most effective thing you can do to fight climate change.
NSW election resources kit
Sydney Knitting Nannas & Friends have agreed that their climate activism this year will include lobbying our sitting MPs and other candidates in the lead up to the NSW State Election to be held on March 25th, 2023.
How to cast your vote
Voting in the NSW election differs from the Federal election because preferential voting is optional, making it harder for independents and minor parties to get elected. So don’t waste your vote, number your preferences. See below.