Adrienne Shilling rsvped for Narrabri Gas submission-writing workshop - SYDNEY 2020-07-12 12:29:32 +1000
This Wednesday, Lock the Gate is hosting a 'Narrabri CSG submission-writing workshop' in Chippendale from 2-4pm.
Either come in-person to the Lock the Gate office OR attend via Zoom mtg (click this link to register).
We will discuss the latest update on the campaign to save the Great Artesian Basin and keep Narrabri CSG in the ground.
N.B. It is essential to RSVP for the office workshop as we need to manage numbers to protect your health.
WHENJuly 15, 2020 at 2pmWHERELock the Gate office
- Quick update on the campaign so far
- Submission-writing workshop
- Getting the attention of Sydney people to nudge them to make a submission (stalls / flyers / IPC vigil / social media e.t.c.)
- Pick up some flyers and posters if you would like to distribute them in your area
Lvl 1 79 Myrtle St Chippendale
Sydney, NSW 2008
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