Rally: No Nuclear Dump in the Flinders Ranges – Pt Augusta Fri 24 June

Family Friendly regional rally in Port Augusta for the Iron Triangle towns:

No nuclear waste dump in the Flinders Ranges!

12 – 2pm Friday 24 June
meet at Pt Augusta east foreshore

The Federal Government is progressing plans to dump low and intermediate level waste in the Flinders Ranges on Adnyamathanha land.

The community say No.

We want clean regions not toxic towns.

Friday June 24, 2016
12 noon
Port Augusta foreshore

Marching from the Port Augusta foreshore to Gladstone Square via Commercial Road with speakers, music, BBQ

Bring your banners, placards, friends and family.…

Break free from fossil fuels – Australian action in Newcastle

Friends of the Earth Adelaide send their best wishes to the crew in Newcastle for their fossil free action on 7-8 May – if you’d like to join in the information is at the link below.

“As part of an international wave of climate action, join us to stop coal exports in Newcastle – the worlds largest coal port.”

“This May, thousands of people will come together around the world for bold actions to keep fossil fuels in the ground.”

“In Australia, hundreds of people from all walks of life will take a stand at the world’s largest coal port of Newcastle to stop the export of pollution.”

“Our actions will speak louder than politician’s words as we send a message to leaders everywhere that it’s time for real action to keep fossil fuels in the ground.”… Read more >>

Antinuclear contingent at the May Day march Sat 30th April

The May Day march is on Saturday 30th April (the closest Saturday to May Day) – meet 10am at the Torrens Parade Ground to march to Light Square for stalls, speeches and entertainment.

There will be an anti nuclear banner to march behind and a stall at the Square asking people to sign our postcards to the Premier.

All welcome

Facebook event here

Contact for more information.…

Two fossil fuel free events in May

Friends of the Earth Adelaide are happy to support the Wilderness Society in their campaign to protect wilderness and farmland from gas fracking, and to stop oil drilling from happening in the Great Australian Bight.

1. Stand up at Santos AGM

Join us from 8:30-10:30am outside the Santos AGM at the western end of the Convention Centre on North Terrace to highlight to shareholders the dangers of gas fracking.

Facebook event here

It’s time for South Australians to support our NSW cousins. Our common asset – Australia’s largest underground water resource, the Great Artesian Basin – is under serious threat from Santos’ plans for an 850 well coal seam gasfield in the Pilliga forest.

Farmers and traditional owners of the Pilliga area in North West NSW will travel over 1,400km to have their voices heard by the Santos board and shareholders.

We need South Australians to turn up in support and show Santos some home-grown opposition to its risky plans.

Recently NSW has seen many people-powered victories against CSG. Now, Santos’ Narrabri Gas Project in the Pilliga is the last CSG proposal in the state and the NSW Gasfield Free movement is focused on this final front.

The Pilliga forest is the largest woodland left in Eastern Australia and a critical recharge zone for the Great Artesian Basin.

We must make sure that Santos’ new CEO, its board and shareholders know without a doubt that it’s not just NSW people determined to stop CSG in the Pilliga but that South Australians are also aware and opposed to these risky plans.

2. Hands Across the Sand ADELAIDE EVENT – Facebook information here
Saturday 21st May 2016, 11:00am at Glenelg Beach Foreshore, near the jetty.

It is time again to join hands at Glenelg Beach and say NO to risky deepsea drilling in our Great Australian Bight and YES to clean energy and a low carbon economy.… Read more >>

“Don’t Nuke the Climate” bloc at the People’s Climate Rally Nov 29th

Screen Shot 2015-11-25 at 1.39.38 PMOn November 29th, will you help create the biggest climate march the world has ever seen?

As world leaders gather in Paris to discuss a global agreement on climate change, we will be part of an international movement- on Sunday November 29th.

Starting from the Torrens Parade Ground, we will march for a transition to renewable energy, secure job creation, and a fairer, more resilient economy, for clean air, a healthy environment, and for a safe climate in the People’s Jobs Justice Climate March.

In a vibrant, musical, and visually creative show of people power and the diversity of our movement, the march will take us down King William Street through the centre of Adelaide.

We will march in sector blocks, each making up a part of the collective, while demonstrating its unique qualities through banners, placards, costumes etc.

At Victoria Square/Tarndanyangga the march will blend into a festival, where there will be music, food, speeches, and stalls.

Join the anti-nuclear “Don’t Nuke the Climate” block and march behind our SA: RENEWABLE NOT RADIOACTIVE banner. Meet 10:30am Torrens Parade Ground on the day.

Contact Robyn Wood for more info 0423 219 096

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