Nine Lives for our Planet by John Watts is a collection of personal stories of nine inspiring women who cherish Earth.
It got me in, this collection of personal stories of nine women who’ve put protecting the natural world at the centre of their lives. They’re from different generations, including my own. I liked that they talked about their parents, early lives and what set them off to protect the environment.Continue reading “Book Review”
“Climate activists are sometimes depicted as dangerous radicals. But the truly dangerous radicals are the countries that are increasing the production of fossil fuels. Investing in new fossil fuels infrastructure is moral and economic madness.” Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary General.Continue reading “See you there”
Click on the image for more good news and links about pygmy perch back in the Murray, Australian turning desert into forests, renewable production of urea, Enova Energy spared from liquidation, increase in fur seals, oranges in season.Continue reading “Good News 29 July 2022”
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 taxpayer dollars in subsidies to keep the destruction going.Continue 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.Continue reading “Sign the Petition”
Five Knitting Nannas attended the Say No to Santos Protest outside Santos’ office in Sydney on Thursday. Nannas have long been campaigning against Santos’ Narrabri Gas Project which includes 850 coal seam wells on Gomeroi land in the Pilliga Forest and surrounding farmlands in north west NSW.Continue reading “Say No to Santos Protest”
Bronwyn, Caroline and Janet met up with long time friend of the Nannas, Col, on Tuesday to attend the court hearing at Penrith for the Blockade Australia activists. The two imprisoned activists were released on bail, but with outrageous bail restrictions.Continue reading “Solidarity actions against anti-protest laws”