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.
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 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.
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.
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.
If you don’t want your Super Fund to invest in the expansion of gas and coal mining here’s a simple action.
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.
What a shocking week for the future of our climate. Things to keep in mind from just the past week when we tell Federal MPs our climate stories:
The Pilliga forest is a place of powerful cultural significance to the Gomeroi people who are also the custodians of the recharge area of the Great Artesian Basin. Santos has launched an attack on Gomeroi rights in the Native Title Tribunal – they claim their Pilliga project is in the public interest and they wantContinue reading “Stop Santos!”
School Students 4 Climate Action are asking everyone to join them at Kirribilli House on Friday March 25th to call for