Monthly Archives: January 2014
Direct Action Inquiry – Giving evidence
Posted on January 31, 2014 Leave a Comment
It’s been a long couple of weeks building up to the Senate inquiry into the Direct Action Policy. Some incredible people spoke today and it was an inspiring and at times deeply distressing event to be a part of (although we did have some fun this morning as you can see from the image above). […]
Direct Action – Is Tony Abbott right about this one?
Posted on January 22, 2014 Leave a Comment
Some of you may know that the Greens and Labor have called a Senate Inquiry into the Direct Action Policy. The intention of the inquiry is to examine the policy and question it’s ability to effectively replace the current suite of legislation called the Clean Energy Package. So will Direct Action work? I’ve been involved […]
What a ride! Ready to go again?
Posted on January 8, 2014 Leave a Comment
Well 2013 was certainly an interesting year with many climate, environment and social justice campaigners heading into the holidays both exhausted and heart broken. In the final weeks of the year it seemed that every few minutes there was a another announcement of a project approval or policy which would have disastrous impacts for our environment and […]