Rising Tide's People's Blockade of the Newcastle coal port drew thousands to a creative and powerful civil disobedience action. Alex Bainbridge reports.
Australian Greens leader Adam Bandt tells Green Left's Isaac Nellist why he thinks joining the #PeoplesBlockade of the world’s biggest coal port is so important.
Green Left's Leo Earle and Isaac Nellist spoke to attendees at the blockade of the world’s largest coal port in Muloobinba/Newcastle.
Rising Tide and Green Left co-hosted a forum on how to sustainably move away from coal when it’s been communities' livelihood for generations. Jim McIlroy reports.
Photos were hard to take because I had too many tears watching young kids marching, crying out words they should be too young to be aware of — genocide, massacre, occupation and bombs. Ren Agade reports.
Close to 500 people joined a passionate snap protest show solidarity with the people of Palestine. Niko Leka reports.
Hundreds attended a forum to discuss why fossil fuel projects should not be given the go-ahead in a time of climate crisis. Niko Leka reports.
A Newcastle magistrate has validated the protest actions of anti-coal activists, saying “any reasonable person would agree with the goals of this action”. Jim McIlroy reports.
Niko Leka asked Alexa Stewart from Rising Tide about the protest in Muloobinba/Newcastle in November to block the world’s biggest coal port.
Rising Tide climate justice activist Alexa Stuart talks to Nikola Leka about the plans for the biggest-ever blockade of Newcastle’s coal port.
Steve O’Brien caught up with David Bradbury, independent filmmaker and twice Academy Award-nominated director and producer, at the 2023 Climate Camp in Newcastle. Bradbury’s latest film, The Road To War, is currently being screened around Australia.
Rising Tide stopped a coal train for 5 hours on April 16 at the Port of Newcastle, after a successful camp for climate action. Coral Wynter, Rachel Evans and Richard Boult report.
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