This week we have a chance to call for urgent change to forestry in NSW. Signing a petition is a simple action that’s part of the long struggle to protect public native forests. We can’t afford to let the devastation of ecosystems and habitat go on. And we can’t afford to spend millions of taxpayerContinue reading “NSW Native Forest Destruction”
The Commonwealth Bank has lent $7 billion to fossil mining corporations in the last 5 years. Now they want to increase their lending to Santos gas projects to US$1 billion.
Members of Save Sydney Koalas have been working for years in many ways to protect the healthy koala colony in south west Sydney. They know what will save the koalas and they’re calling on the NSW parliament to listen to the scientists and the local community and move quickly.
The latest proposal to expand coal mining in NSW is the Mount Pleasant Optimisation Project near Muswellbrook. The project is with the Independent Planning Commission with advice from the Department of Planning that it’s approvable.
Thank you everyone who made a submission to the Department of Planning objecting to the Dendrobium Coal Mine Extension. Whether you made a submission or not, please use the information and link from Protect Our Water Alliance to email Planning Minister Anthony Roberts this week.
A shocking revelation by energy thinktank Ember presents an urgent challenge to the federal, NSW and Queensland governments.
This Friday 17 June, Sydney Knitting Nannas will be at the top of Martin Place near NSW parliament house from 11am to 1pm to speak up against the Eastern Creek incinerator.
Do you know that the massive incinerator called the Eastern Creek Energy from Waste Facility is back in the planning system? In 2018 Western Sydney community campaigners rejoiced when the Eastern Creek facility was rejected by the Independent Planning Commission, the body that determines many major projects on behalf of the government.
Our state pollies are paying attention after the federal election shakeup and a state election is only 9 months away. We have an opportunity now to tell them what we think of the Dendrobium mine extension project under the Sydney and Illawarra water catchment.
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.