Sydney Knitting Nannas were joined by USyd Enviro Collective today to protest against the Hunter Gas-Fired Power Station at Kurri Kurri in Martin Place. Lots of speeches, singing and dancing!
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends joined other environmental groups on Saturday for the Koala Day of Action rally in Hyde Park to keep pressure on politicians to protect habitat across the state.
On the trip home from our Listening Tour, two members of the Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends stopped off in Mudgee to lunch with one of our old friends, Derek Finter, who has become involved with Healthy Rivers Dubbo. Derek spoke about the proposed weir at Gin Gin which has the potential to substantially reduceContinue reading “Gin Gin Dam Weir”
On Friday members of Sydney Knitting Nannas, Northern Beaches Climate Action, Lock the Gate, Gas Free Hunter and Coal Fields for Climate Action protested outside Rob Stokes office against the ludicrous $600 million Kurri Kurri gas power station.
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends went to the city on a wet Friday afternoon to join the kids for their Climate Strike. In spite of the rain the numbers and enthusiasm was great. Nanna Keelah had the last say on Channel 9 News – Thousands of school students strike to demand climate change action
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends were outside NSW Parliament yesterday handing out information about the 12 expired Petroleum Exploration Licences, the so-called Zombie PELs.
The Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends held a knit-in outside Tanya Plibersek’s office in Redfern on 29 April. They wanted her to know that they do not want taxpayer dollars spent on the expansion of the gas industry.
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends have joined with other groups to pressure the federal government to #fundourfuturenotgas. While gas companies knock on farmers doors, uninvited, asking for access, Nannas started their week of action at the gates of Kirribilli House, the PM’s residence in Sydney.
Four Sydney Knitting Nannas, with koalas on their minds, visited Mt Gilead on 22 April where Lendlease has built retirement villas and is planning to build 1700 more houses during stage 2 of the development.
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends joined Waters for Rivers for an action outside NSW parliament for the Darling Baaka River Convoy on Friday 16 April.