ACF’s “Count Me In” event in Adelaide

Dave Sweeney from the ACF writes:

Clean energy is a hot topic in South Australia right now. And it should be because it’s critical we cut pollution from climate-wrecking fuels like coal and gas and shift to clean energy from the sun and wind. We all need a liveable planet, air we can breathe and water we can drink.

But a handful of big polluting companies and their political backers don’t like South Australia championing clean energy. They’re trying to keep us handcuffed to polluting fuels.

It’s up to us to stop them.

When: Wednesday June 28 from 6-8pm
Where: Adelaide Town Hall, 128 King William St, Adelaide 5000
Refreshments provided

Connect with like-minded people, hear stories from local legends and find out how you can get
involved in the Repower campaign to shift Australia to clean, renewable energy from the sun, wind
and waves.

I’ll also give you an update on our nuclear free campaign and let’s celebrate our recent
win stopping the global radioactive waste dump in the Flinders Ranges!

You’ll hear from:

– Suzanne Harter, ACF Climate Change and Clean Energy Campaigner
– Saskia Gerhardy, local legend from Willunga Environment Centre
– Katharine McBride and Kate Tolarno, ACF Murray Darling Fellows
– Dave Sweeney, ACF Nuclear Free Campaigner

There is nothing more powerful than people coming together to say, this is the world we want to
see. That’s how change happens. People like you and me, we step up, get involved and come
together to demand it.


See you there!

Dave Sweeney
Nuclear Free Campaigner