Original message from Judy Bennelong
SAVING THE KIMBERLEY. OUR LAND OR GASLAND?
DATE: THURSDAY APRIL 19, 2012 7:00PM TO 10:00 PM
Why the campaign to save the Kimberley from gas and industrialisation matters in Sydney and across NSW.
Speakers: Australian Greens Senator Rachel Siewert from W.A.
Lyndon Schneiders, National Director of the Wilderness Society
Geoff Cameron from Beyond Zero Emissions
Chaired by Coal and Gas Campaigner Justin Field
Cost: $10.00 or $5.00 unwaged
The Kimberley is twice the size of Victoria and includes some of the largest natural areas left on the planet as well as a significant marine environment for many threatened and endangered species.
At James Price Point, 60 km north of Broome, Woodside is planning a $45bn LNG processing plant. As well as its destructive impact on the environment, indigenous culture and tourism, if this project proceeds it will establish a gas future for Australia for next three or more decades.
Contact- Isobel McIntosh 0412- 407 472
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