Melbourne

Outside Resource Minister Martin Ferguson's office

The Launch of Friends of the Earth's Nuclear Freeways campaign - a delegation of Friends of the Earth members and Batman electoral residents will travel over 3,000kms on one of the proposed routes for the transport of Australia's radioactive waste.

The group will meet with numerous councils, community groups and emergency service organisations on the transport route from Lucas Heights to Muckaty.

The launch will include a photo opportunity, speakers and unveiling of the radioactive waste trailer.

Saturday, July 9

Memorial meeting: Celebrating the life and work of Lynn Beaton. 11am. Brunswick Town Hall, cnr Sydney Road & Dawson St, Brunswick.

Janie Maxwell, who practices at Eastern Health and the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, will present a most compelling and eye-opening window through which to view the great challenge of climate change impact upon health, followed by an update from 100% Renewable Energy by their regional coordinator Danae Bosler. 7:30pm. Mechanics Institute Hall, Yarra St, Warrandyte. Gold coin donation appreciated. For more info email Wayne.

Saturday, March 28 - Sunday, April 19

Join national treasure Rod Quantock and satirist/chicken wrangler Fiona Scott-Norman each weekend in the comfort of the famous Spiegeltent for a chaotic and rollicking weekly guide to the festival. Together they are Two Leggy Redheads. These special weekend afternoons will feature interviews with performers, beloved festival characters, hot tips, showcases, show-offs, a quiz, audience reviews, random feuds, afternoon tea and cream buns. The Arts Centre. $25/$18. Dates, times & bookings at Comedy Festival.

Speakers:
Ben Courtice, renewable energy campaigner with Friends of the Earth (FoE) will discuss 'climate justice' measures that look for solutions which build community and don't let the most vulnerable suffer the worst of climate change;
Marguerite Marshall, journalist and trained All Gore presenter will present Al Gore's latest presentation of current thinking on solutions to climate change.

The new Anderson Creek Primary School Performing Arts Centre, Warrandyte.

Organised by Warrandyte Climate Action Now.

Learn about Apple Inc.'s vile and vicious policies against its own retail and factory workers, from former Apple employee Nemo Adam.

City Square.

Friday, August 16

Before all else comes solidarity! Locked-out mine workers and their families are coming to Melbourne for a joint protest with climate activists, for dignified, safe working conditions and a transition to renewable energy jobs. 11am. China Light & Power, 385 Bourke St, City.

Friday, March 4

Join Climate Action Moreland to tell Premier Daniel Andrews that it's time to build renewables and replace Hazelwood. We will be taking a strong message to local member and cabinet minister Jane Garrett. This is the first of ten actions being held across the state. We are focussing on senior state government ministers telling them it's time to act on climate change, energy sources and coal. 7:45am. Cnr Park and Nicholson Sts, East Brunswick (on the bike path).

Save 509 Brunswick bus. Better public transport for the northern suburbs. 1pm. State Parliament, Spring St, City.

Victorian tour: Ezekiel Ox

Friday-November 14-Saturday, November 22. A longterm singer-songwriter and activist for social justice, Ox has a reputation for energetic live performances across Australia, the United States and Britain with bands such as Full Scale, Mammal and Over Reactor. He is an artist who puts ideas into practice, founding Musicians Against Police Violence, organising actions and fundraisers to fight racism and regularly MCing and leading chants at demonstrations

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