The Brisbane-based community group Six Degrees launched the Coal Communities Listening Project on 17th November in Gladstone. The Listening Project is an innovative investigation of the social, economic and environmental effects of the coal industry on the lives of everyday Queenslanders, by everyday Queenslanders.
November 20th, 2008 · No Comments
October 27th, 2008 · 1 Comment
People’s power for the climate – November 22 at Eraring Power Station
It is almost unbelievable: we are living through a climate emergency, but our greenhouse gas emissions are still rising. Our community must come together to call for a safe climate future. Come and be part of starting the new, renewable industrial revolution on [...]
May 1st, 2008 · 4 Comments
This adventurous project will involve setting up one thousand solar panels to power the school. Pittwater High would become a power station through energy self-sufficiency using the renewable energy of the sun.
Our immediate goal has been reached in setting up 72 panels providing roughly enough energy to power 10 classrooms all year round or 3 [...]