Pushing back against the power of the fossil fuel companies, First Nations and climate activists are determined to protect the unique Exmouth Gulf. Leo Earle reports.
The ABC should not help criminalise activists by handing over footage to the police, argues Isaac Nellist.
Woodside and the WA government have stepped up their attacks on peaceful climate protesters with the help of Kerry Stokes’ media emporium. Binoy Kampmark reports.
Hundreds of climate strikers heard from First Nations leaders and climate activists before marching to the Woodside office in Perth, reports Alex Bainbridge.
Murujuga Traditional Custodians have escalated their campaign to protect Murujuga rock art in the Pilbara, Western Australia. Coral Wynter reports.
Two climate activists are defending their charges of blocking the road to Woodside Energy’s Scarborough liquid natural gas plant on the Burrup Peninsula, reports Nova Sobieralski.
Protesters demanded federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek intervene to save the Murujuga rock art from being destroyed in the Burrup Peninsula. Bill Mason reports.
Origin Energy’s decision to pull out of exploring and fracking at three sites is testament to the effectiveness of a grassroots campaign led by Traditional Owners. Pip Hinman reports.
Josie Alec and Petrina Harley talk about the campaign to save the Burrup and oppose the Scarborough gas hub.
A protest outside environment minister Tanya Plibersek’s Redfern office called for an end to new coal and gas, the destruction of native forests and koala habitats. Rachel Evans reports.
Climate activists from Drum Rebellion and Extinction Rebellion protested outside the Environment and Water Minister Tanya Plibersek’s office calling on the new government to stop supporting new fossil fuel projects.
Expectations are high that climate action will be on the agenda, now the climate-denialist Coalition has been booted out. But, as Alex Bainbridge argues, Labor's support for big fossil fuel projects must be challenged by building powerful grassroots action.