Economics for Earth

Webinar: 10 years after the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster – Listening to the Unheard

Next year marks 10 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011 and the subsequent nuclear accident at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
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Indigenous Land & Rights

Dumping On Traditional Owners

In pursuing its plan for a national nuclear waste dump near Kimba on SA's Eyre Peninsula, the federal government is ignoring the unanimous opposition of the Barngarla Traditional Owners.
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Land & water

Invasive Species Inundate Australia's Largest Inland Waterway System - The Gippsland Lakes

The Gippsland Lakes, Australia's largest inland waterway system are facing many threats.
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Climate & Energy Justice

July Nuclear Update

There is a lot going on with nuclear issues at the moment, thanks for taking the time to read our update.
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Land & water

E-Water & Cultural Flows: Watch It Now!

Did you catch our online discussion about the purpose of water in the environment and how cultural flows differ from them?
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Climate & Energy Justice

Acting up! Recording FoE's 45 years of creative resistance

Em Gayfer – As part of Friends of the Earth's 45th birthday celebration in 2019, members of FoE Melbourne's Dirt Radio team came together with 3CR staff to host a retrospective hextory* radio series: 45 Years of Creative Resistance.
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Indigenous Land & Rights

Statement of solidarity with Black Lives Matter rally organisers

Today, on unceded Gadigal Land, NSW, police arrested and fined Aboriginal family and supporters of the murdered 26 year old Dunghutti man, David Dungany Jr, who were calling for an investigation into his killing whilst in custody.
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Indigenous Land & Rights

SA Government must oppose feds nuclear waste dump

The recent announcement by federal resources minister Keith Pitt that a new 'Australian Radioactive Waste Agency' will be established and located in Adelaide is the latest move by the federal government to impose a national nuclear waste dump in SA.
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Economics for Earth

We stand with Filipino environmental defenders against new terror laws

Friends of the Earth Australia has expressed solidarity and support for Filipino environmental defenders standing against new terror laws designed to discipline people and silence dissent.
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Land & water

Nuclear status quo in federal environmental law review

National and state environment groups have given a cautious welcome to the continuation of long-standing protections against nuclear risks in the current statutory review of the Environmental Protection Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act – Australia’s federal environmental laws. The interim report released today has stated that the Commonwealth should maintain the capacity to intervene in uranium mining and made no recommendation to change existing prohibitions on nuclear activities, including domestic nuclear power.
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