On Saturday 24 March 2018 it will be exactly one year to the New South Wales state election. New South Wales will be at a crossroads. One road leads to more coal and gas mining. The other leads to clean farmland and water, protection of Indigenous cultural heritage and healthy communities.
On 24 March, people from around the state will converge on Sydney to make an unmistakeable call to protect land, water and people from the impacts of coal and gas mining.
The march will be led by First Nations people, followed by riders on horseback. It will feature gasfield free communities and coal-affected communities proudly displaying their banners alongside people from all over Sydney and beyond that want clean and healthy drinking water and farmlands, environmental justice and a clean energy future.
It’s going to be huge and we hope you’ll all put this date in your diaries and join us on the day.
Sydney, NSW 2000
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