Join with the Knitting Nannas, School Strike for Climate, 350.org and many other groups at the COP27 Climate Rally next Saturday, 12 November 12 noon at Sydney Town Hall.
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Origin recently sold their interest in fracking for gas in the Beetaloo basin (Hooray!) so now the new owners need to get the message. There’s a great chance for Sydney people to support the campaign to stop gas fracking this Tuesday morning.
A rally will be held outside the Land and Environment Court from 8.30am tomorrow Tuesday 18 October. Members of the public can attend the hearing if they wish. Vaccination certificates are required.
Please join forest protectors at NSW parliament house on Thursday 13 October to call for an end to logging public native forests. We’ll be gathering from 2.30pm to call on MPs to stop the destruction of our forests and the native species they support. Facebook Event There will be a debate in the lower houseContinue reading “Rally to end logging native forests”
Knitting Nannas will be joining their local picnics around the state to celebrate nature in our local areas and to get to know people from other local groups. The picnics are supported by the NSW Nature Conservation Council. We are co-hosting the picnic at Callan Point on Waterfront Drive in Rozelle. It’s a beautiful spotContinue reading “Join a picnic or have your own”
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”
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”
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.
The Albanese government has promised us a federal anti-corruption commission, which will be an important step if it comes with teeth. But other deeper measures are needed if we are to shift to a democracy that’s about what people need now and for the future. It’s a big fight we have to have against powerfulContinue reading “Corporate capture explained”