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Defenders of our Land Water and Future meeting

Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 06:00 PM · 14 rsvps

Come join us as we fire up the inner west in defence of our land, water and future. With a special presentation by Holly Creenaune, co-ordinator of the NSW-based Land Water Future campaign.

Cairns CSG Public Information Day

Saturday, August 02, 2014 at 02:00 PM · 101 rsvps
Fogarty Fountain Park in Cairns, Australia

Public information day to be held in the centre of Cairns, featuring speakers from across the region, and stalls with publications and presentations related to unconventional gas extraction and its effects on country and community.

Coal Seam Gas in the Hawkesbury

Sunday, August 10, 2014 at 02:00 PM
Kurrajong Primary School, 1111Grose Vale Road, Kurrajong

Hear presentations by environmental engineer Peter Green, Lock the Gate's Nell Schofield and local musos Seamless Ukes who will provide informed light relief about the hazards of allowing Coal Seam Gas to invade pristine bushland, clean water and valuable farmland.

This community information afternoon will also shed light on PELA158 (Petroleum Exploration Licence Application over the Blue Mountains and parts of the Hawkesbury) and PEL2, the licence currently with AGL covering a large part of Western Sydney.

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Total Protest Film Screening - Denmark

Sunday, August 10, 2014 at 06:00 PM
Total Protest in Hjoerring, Denmark

Total Protest in Denmark are hosting an informative night with the screening of the two new groundbreaking documentaries from Lock the Gate Alliance.

 - Fractured Country, documenting the invasion of Australia by the unconventional gas industry, and
 - Undermining Australia, about the threat that major coal mining expansion poses to our health and farmland.

The two documentaries capture in stark terms the personal heartache of Australians whose lives have been changed forever by coal and gas mining and the heroic actions everyday people are taking to defend the country they love.

Scone film screening - coal and gas vs Australian communities

Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 06:30 PM · 3 rsvps
Scone Bowling Club in Scone, Australia

Come and see 2 groundbreaking half hour documentaries about the impacts of coal and unconventional gas mining on Australia. Films feature personal stories of Australians whose lives have been changed forever and their courageous efforts to protect the country we love.

Great opportunity to meet other concerned individuals in your local area.

Family friendly venue, food and drinks are available at the club.

Coal Seam Gas Information Session: Dubbo

Sunday, August 24, 2014 at 01:00 PM
Dubbo RSL Memorial Club Theatrette


You are invited to a Coal Seam Gas Information Session Open to all Community Members

1pm – 3:30pm Sunday, 24th August 2014 At the Dubbo RSL Memorial Club Theatrette

An opportunity to find out more about CSG, its impact to regional communities and environments, and the actions of community members.

Proposed Agenda:
1pm Session open

1:15pm Screening of ‘Fractured Country: An Unconventional Invasion’, a documentary on Australian CSG produced by the Lock the Gate Alliance

2:00pm Speakers and Q&A session
Anne Kennedy, President of the Great Artesian Basin Protection Group,

Artesian Bore Water Users Association and Coonamble CSG Action Group Jane Judd, Friends of Pilliga, Coonabarabran Residents Against Gas (CRAG)

Megan Kuhn, Lock the Gate Alliance

3pm Close information session. Open meeting to discuss the formation of a Dubbo CSG action Group. All interested people welcome, whether you would like to consider becoming an active participant or just support the group formation.

3:30pm Afternoon tea provided in the RSL Terrace area



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