Tuesday, May 12

Speaker: Nic Maclellan on 'Grappling with the Bomb: Opposition to Pacific nuclear testing in the 1950s'. Nic works in the Pacific Islands as a correspondent for Islands Business magazine (Fiji) and has co-authored three books on nuclear issues in the islands region. 6:30pm. Last Jar Pub, cnr Queensberry & Elizabeth Sts, City.

Valerie Martin (from Yuendumu)
& speakers from Indigenous communities affected by the Intervention.

Trades Hall, cnr Victoria & Lygon Sts, Carlton.

Organised by Melbourne Anti-Intervention Collective.

Beyond Zero Emissions discussion group.
Hans-Josef Fell is a Green party member of German Parliament who has been one of the driving forces behind establishing the German renewable energy Feed-in-tariff.

He drafted the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG in German), and its subsequent amendments, which has led to a dramatic rise in the development and implementation of renewables such as wind and solar power within Germany.

Sunderland Theatre, MEDICAL BUILDING-Rm:C216-Flr:2, University of Melbourne.

Release political prisoners. Establish democracy. 4pm. Federation Square, cnr Flinders & Swanston Sts, City. Organised by Campaign for Democracy in Sri Lanka.

Thursday, May 26

Speaker: Andrew Self (academic and journalist who has spent much of his time in Latin America researching and working with progressive movements). 7pm. $10/$5. New International Bookshop, Trades Hall, 54 Victoria St, Carlton.

Showcasing sustainable and organic, music and art, this event will be even bigger and better than last years. Fest La Frog is paving the way for the future of festivals by using solar-powered stages, local artists, solar boosted organic food and beverages. Fest La Frog has a zero waste policy and last year 650 people onsite created only a handful of landfill and half a recycling bin worth of packaging!

CERES Community Environment Park, cnr Roberts & Stewart Sts, Brunswick.

Friday, March 13

We plan a night of celebration which will include African drummers, musicians, singers and dancers with a live satellite link on the big screen with a very special guest. Show how much you want to end the cruel and barbaric practice of captive breeding and canned hunting by making this night a memorable one for the King. 6pm. Federation Square, cnr Flinders and Swanston sts, City.

Join your neighbours for a drink and a chat about climate action activities we could do together. We will also hold a short doorknocking training session for those interested in taking part in the National Doorknocking Day the following weekend.

Dancing Dog Cafe, Cnr Albert & Raleigh sts, Footscray.


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