Climate & Energy Justice

National doorknock to stop Adani

Adani says they’ve locked in funding for their dirty coal mine. So, now’s the time we need to push our politicians like never before to #StopAdani. The majority of Australians don’t support the Adani Carmichael coal mine, which is a proposed thermal coal mine in the north of the Galilee Basin in Central Queensland, yet the major parties do. Our politicians could #StopAdani tomorrow, but they won’t unless our movement is everywhere they look That’s why from October 6-7, people across the country are hitting the streets for the National Doorknock to #StopAdani. Will you join us?
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Rise for Climate

From September 8, there will be thousands of rallies in cities and towns around the world to demand our local leaders commit to building a fossil free world that puts people and justice before profit. No more stalling, no more delays: it’s time for a fast and fair transition to 100% renewable energy for all.
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Clean Coal LOL ... but carbon capture and storage off Ninety Mile Beach is no laughing matter

By Catherine Hearse and the Quit Coal Collective at Friends of the Earth Melbourne Golden Beach is an idyllic section of Victoria's Ninety Mile Beach. It boasts a pristine coastline, plentiful fish, multitudes of birds and the skeletal remains of an 1897 shipwreck. But there is a cloud hanging over this lovely place.
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Postcapitalising post carbon for the win

By Karun Cowper For many environmentalists, the "New Economy" is (mis)understood to be simply an economy that has transitioned away from fossil fuels to a renewable energy powered economy. The reality is that there's not necessarily all that much postcapitalist about a mainstream green post-carbon economic vision.
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Linc Energy Underground Coal Gasification Plant fined $4.5million, but Leigh Creek still under threat

After an earlier conviction for causing serious environmental harm at their underground coal gasification plant in Queensland, Linc Energy have been fined $4.5 million.
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My story of Students of Sustainability

By Cam Villani and Stephan Encisco In July 2015, I attended a week-long conference called Students of Sustainability (SoS), a five-day conference that brings together people from all over Australia.
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Tickets for Students of Sustainability AVAILABLE NOW

Tickets to the 27th annual Students of Sustainability conference are now available! See you in Narrm (Melbourne) on Wurundjeri country this July!
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FoE Australia News for early 2018

Friends of the Earth Australia news from early 2018. Published in Chain Reaction #132, April 2018. National magazine of Friends of the Earth Australia. www.foe.org.au/chain_reaction_132
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Radioactive Exposure Tour 2018 - A BIG success!

This year's Radioactive Exposure Tour (radtour), organised by FoE's Nuclear Free Campaign, was a big success.
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Victorian community secures grant to prepare for climate impacts

The Victoria Central Goldfields town of Tarnagulla has been announced as the first recipient of the Victorian government's Climate Change Innovation Partnerships grant scheme.
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