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Speaker: Joan Manuel Fernandez Mendoza (University of Barcelona). His studies focus on the life cycle assessment of materials involved in urban transport infrastructure. The aim of the research is to compare the infrastructure burden associated with each mode of transport and the potential benefit of replacing these modes with more sustainable alternatives. Electric vehicles are a focus of his work. Gold coin donation.

Fritz Loewe Theatre (entry via level 2) McCoy Building, University of Melbourne, cnr Elgin & Swanston Sts, Carlton.

9th November 7pm-9pm (6.45pm Registrations)

Wesley Uniting Church, 148 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

RSVP required bring along questions

Come and hear the wisdom and perspectives from Indigenous leaders and Church leaders from within our Churches.

Speakers include, 

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.

Saturday, July 25

Come celebrate Tamil culture over a feast! Sri Lankan vegetarian banquets of curries, chutneys, vadai, dahl, korma’s, masala’s & more than your tastebuds can handle. There will also be fun Tamil music and a bar. Ticket sales are online here and limited to 60 per night so get in quick!! CERES Community Kitchen, cnr Stewarts & Roberts Sts, Brunswick East. Bookings here.

Monday, October 12

12 noon. Chilean Consulate, 390 St Kilda Rd, City.

We have told our story to the world. Its time to regroup and re energise our campaign! hear from our Chicago delegates; legal and union updates; new actions, ideas and events. 3pm. Upwey Community Hall, 1443 Burwood Hwy, Upwey

Yalukit Willam Ngargee will kick off the nine-day St Kilda Festival with an action packed program of free Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander music, dance, arts, children�s activities and more in O�Donnell Gardens. Music including: Jayden Lillyst; Benny Walker and Band; The Gracemakers; Tambo Company Band; Emma Donovan; The Last Kinection; Bart Willoughby Band.

O'Donnell Gardens, St Kilda.

Saturday, June 18

Close Manus; Close Nauru; Bring them here! 1pm. State Library, Swanston St, City. Organised by Refugee Action Collective.

Thursday, September 11

Victorian union activists are hosting a fabulous event to raise money for our Gaza humanitarian appeal. To dazzle you on the night, there'll be an awesome MC and fabulous sounds courtesy of Casey Bennetto and The Half-Arsed Three, DJ Brunswick Massive and much more. 6:30pm. Bella Union, Trades Hall, 54 Victoria St, Carlton South. $35. To book visit Bella Union.

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