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  • Monday, December 05, 2016 at 06:00 PM · 26 rsvps
    Lane Cove Library in Lane Cove, Australia

    Stingray Sisters Film Screening Lane Cove

    Lane Cove Coal and Gas Watch invites you to this important film screening of The Stingray Sisters on:
     
    Monday 5th December. 6.00pm
    Lane Cove Library, Lane Cove
    Entry: Donation at the door
    Special guest: Director Katrina Channells to talk to us about the making of her film The Stingray Sisters.
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    Christmas drinks and snacks will follow:
    The Movie: STINGRAY SISTERS is about 3 Aboriginal sisters fighting against CSG and oil exploration around their home in  Arnhem Land.  We plan to start 30 minutes earlier than usual at 6.00pm to make sure we have time for drinks at the end.
    Watch the film trailer here.
    ALL WELCOME, I hope you can join us. 
    Jann Dark, Lane Cove Coal and Gas Watch

     

  • Tuesday, December 06, 2016 at 07:00 PM · 10 rsvps
    Coastal Environment Centre in North Narrabeen, Australia

    December Meeting Northern Beaches Environment Alliance

    Hi all

    Come along to the Northern Beaches Coastal Environment Centre on Tuesday 6th December at 7 pm to hear Tim Buckley from IEEFA about the economics behind coal exports and extraction in Australia. RSVP now as we have limited seats.

    Tim Buckley is the former head of equity research at Citigroup and is one of a new breed of climate change activists. He isn't entirely opposed to coal but he believes investing in costly coal export projects no longer makes sense.  Buckley now works for the Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis or IEEFA. One of his projects is demonstrating why spending $40 billion on coal mines and infrastructure in QLD's Galilee Basin doesn't make financial sense.

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    Come along to the Northern Beaches Coastal Environment Centre on Tuesday 6th December to hear from Tim Buckley. RSVP now as we have limited seats. 

    Note Tim will be speaking after being invited by the Northern Beaches Environment Alliance and Lock The Gate Alliance. Tim is an independent economist who is representing IEFFA he is in no way a representative of NBEA or LTGA. 

    For more information on IEEFA check out their website here.

  • Wednesday, December 07, 2016 at 10:30 AM · 22 rsvps
    The EY Centre in Sydney, Australia

    All Camden wants for Christmas is no CSG Rally at AGL HQ

    All Camden wants for Christmas is no CSG Rally at AGL HQ

    Please join us on Wednesday 7th December 10.30am outside AGL. PLEASE NOTE: NEW LOCATION 200 George st Sydney. Near Circular Quay Train station.

    When: 10:30 am Wednesday 7th December 
    Where: 200 George st Sydney (Near Circular Quay Train station.)
    What: All Camden wants for Christmas is no CSG rally at AGL HQ
    Why: Call on AGL to close down its CSG wells near homes in Camden

    AGL recently announced they will be rehabilitating 17 coal seam gas wells in the Camden Gas Project in 2017 however they are refusing to decommission those gas wells closest to family homes in Spring Farm and Mount Annan until 2023. 

    There are a list of 22 CSG wells that have been drilled near homes (some less than 100 metres!) Some of the closest gas wells to homes have a history of water leaks, gas leaks, blow outs and accidents leading to injured workers. 

    This Christmas the community is calling on AGL to close down those gas wells closest to family homes immidiately not in 2023!

    More info at: https://www.facebook.com/stopcsgcamden/

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