Engineer, grandfather and ecowarrior Steve Posselt began an 8000-kilometre kayak journey from Canberra to Paris on Thursday 15-1-2015.
He will be arriving at Man o’ War Steps (Opera House, eastern side) at midday this Saturday after kayaking along the coast from Port Kembla.
Bob Brown, The Knitting Nanas and many others will be at the Man o’ War Steps to greet Steve, so make sure you come along too for this historic occasion.
Read about why Steve is making this journey, see where he’s been so far and see where he plans to go, creating awareness of climate change.
Hint, he’ll finish in Paris where he will deliver his message at the United Nations Climate Summit in November 2015.
Also you can donate towards this heroic and most admiral man’s quest via paypal for Kayak4Earth.
5:15pm Thurs 13-11-2014, take part in setting a new world record, more details.
This action all started with the antics of local girl Jo Ranck, read more.
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Sun 16-11-2014 — 2:30-5:00pm with Community CookUP and Movie Night afterwards, brought to you by the inspiring crew at ‘reduce your footprint’.
Celebrate innovation and diversity at National Recycling week at Permaculture Interpretive Garden, part of the Randwick Sustainabilty Hub 4at the Randwick Community Centre, 27 Munda Street, Randwick, more information here.
Grand Opening- Rose Bay Community Garden, 1 to 5pm Sat 25-Oct-2014
Our Drinking Water Catchments Are Under Threat.
Climate Action Sydney Eastern Suburbs and Lock The Gate with the Paddington Uniting Church Social Change Project presents-
A free screening of two short films, ‘Fractured Country’: An Unconventional Invasion and ‘Undermining Australia’: Coal Versus Communities, narrated by Jack Thomson.
The films show the impact on land, water and communities in NSW and Queensland of coal and coal seam gas mining.
Followed by a panel discussion with Dr Helen Redmond Doctors for the Environment Australia DEA and Lock The Gate Sydney Campaign Co-ordinator Nell Schofield.
Paddington Uniting Church 395 Oxford St Paddington, NSW 2021 Australia RSVP
Sydney’s drinking water catchments and NSW’s most productive agricultural land in Gloucester and the Liverpool plains are under threat from coal and coal seam gas mining.
Attend a free screening of two new short Lock the Gate films (A Fractured Country and Undermining Australia) that show the impact on land, water and communities in NSW and Queensland followed by a panel discussion with former Gloucester Mayor and farmer Julie Lyford and Isabel MacIntosh from Lock The Gate.
7pm Thurs 4 Sept, The Bay Room L1 Cosmopolitan Centre enter from 45 Bay St Double Bay , NSW 2028
Organised by Climate Action Sydney Eastern Suburbs and Lock The Gate with the assistance of Woollahra Council. More information ph Ian Rose, 0423 154 747.
Move our money out of fossil fuels and into the clean energy economy and refuse to invest in further destruction of our beautiful country and planet
1) Disclose the full carbon exposure of its current investments
2) Move any existing investments from fossil fuels to the clean energy economy
3) Implement policies to prevent any new investments in fossil fuel extraction
4) Commit 100% to cleaner ethical solutions read more as to why is this important, here
We are working to develop new strategies
New members and great new directions were discussed.