Environment

March 5, 6pm. Resistance Centre, 22 Mountain St, Ultimo

A discussion starter on building a radical green new deal project. What would it look like? What would it take? How can we achieve a just transition for affected communities?

With:

Frank Stilwell, University of Sydney, Department of Political Economy, author of 12 books the most recent being The Political Economy of Inequality

Dr Steve O'Brien, former Newcastle steel worker, unionist, educator

Susan Price, Green Left editor and climate campaigner

100% of recent trainees felt more prepare for civil disobedience to get action on climate, and would recommend this training to others!

...motivating and exhilarating..." "...informative, thought-provoking and empowering..." - some of the feedback from our Peaceful Protest Training.

If you've been to a Rebel Welcome or Public Talk or other event, your next step to taking action is Peaceful Protest Training (a.k.a Intro to Non-Violent Direct Action NVDA).

March 23, 7am. Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, 61-101 Phillip St, Sydney

In March 2020, climate criminals will descend on Sydney to plan the 'Future of Mining' amidst the expansion of fossil fuel projects across Australia. While the country burns, firefighters die, a billion animals perish and hazardous smoke poisons millions, these fossil fuel executives and their financiers want to gather to continue to profit of the destruction of the planet.

At Kent House, 141 Faulkner Street, Armidale.

Calling all Rebels! It’s time to hit the streets to show that the climate emergency hasn’t gone away, and neither have we.

In love and rage, we will march on Malcolm Street Bridge, disrupting the connection between our parliament and the fossil fuel companies who are joining forces to destroy our planet. Join us to rebel for all life.

COVID-19 has shown how fragile our society is and presented it with an opportunity to change course. Disastrously, our politicians are now squandering that opportunity, putting all of us at grave risk.

Book launch - Never Again: Reflections on Environmental Responsibility Post Roe 8

Sunday December 3 @ 5pm

City of Fremantle Town Hall, 8 William St Fremantle

Hosted by Cockburn Community Wildlife Corridor

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Viva Energy's plan to build a massive gas import terminal in Corio Bay poses significant safety risks to the Geelong community. Schools and residences, some less than 2 kilometres from the terminal, face LNG ships within 250 metres and the potential of catastrophic fires and explosions.

This documentary tells the stories of people whose lives were changed by renewable energy. It shows how renewable energy is revitalising communities and revitalising industries across the U.S.A..

Join us for dinner after the screening at Kent House, 141 Faulkner Street, Armidale. Entry and dinner free, donations welcome.

This documentary tells the stories of people whose lives were changed by renewable energy. It shows how renewable energy is revitalising communities and revitalising industries across the U.S.A..

At McCrossin's Mill, Salisbury Street, Uralla.

Entry free, donations welcome.

Location: Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, 21 Mounts Bay Rd, Perth WA

Hold hands with us as we encircle Parliament House as we welcome arriving MPs into the “People’s Parliament” and hand them a pamphlet reminding them of their DUTY OF CARE to our children and future generations. Bring children and grandchildren and enjoy the child and family friendly atmosphere.

Food Inc. unveils some of the sombre practices underpinning the American food industry, exploring how corporations place profits before consumer health, worker safety and the environment. This documentary argues that industrial production methods are not only inhumane, but they are also unsustainable from an economic and environmental standpoint.

Join us for dinner and discussion after the screening at 141 Kent House, Armidale.

Entry and dinner free, donations welcome.

WHEN: 8.00am - 9.30am, Wednesday 18 March
WHERE: Sheraton Grand Hyde Park, 161 Elizabeth St, Sydney CBD (near St James railway station)

Food Inc. unveils some of the sombre practices underpinning the American food industry, exploring how corporations place profits before consumer health, worker safety and the environment. This documentary argues that industrial production methods are not only inhumane, but they are also unsustainable from an economic and environmental standpoint.

At McCrossin's Mill, Salisbury Street, Uralla.

Entry free, donations welcome.

Come along to find out how you can plug your skills and passions into making the People's Blockade an inspiring and powerful day of climate justice action.

We'll hear updates from working groups and break out into teams for productive time together.

March 23, 7pm. Wollongong Uniting Church

Presentation from Kathy McKenzie, Nth West Alliance & Sydney Knitting Nannas.

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