• Save The James St Cyprus Trees
    This avenue is of Historical Significance and save the Cyprus Trees on James St situated between Campbell St and Ocean Drive.
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    Created by Paul Dyson Picture
  • Don't give billions to Adani
    Global mining company, Adani, have been unsuccessfully trying to secure finance for the Carmichael coal mine for years. Now, the Turnbull Government is considering making the Australian public foot the billion dollar bill for Adani's rail line, which will transport coal from the mine to the port. This is despite his promise during the 2016 federal election that there would be no public funding of Adani's mine. This billion dollar loan is risky, reckless, and deeply unpopular. Even members of the Prime Minister's own party oppose it, with Coalition backbenchers Bert Van Manen and Sarah Henderson speaking out. This is public money, that would be better spent anywhere else! Funding our local hospitals and schools would be a good start. Or how about investing in renewable energy projects instead?
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  • Don't give billions to Adani
    Global mining company, Adani, have been unsuccessfully trying to secure finance for the Carmichael coal mine for years. Now, the Turnbull Government is considering making the Australian public foot the billion dollar bill for Adani's rail line, which will transport coal from the mine to the port. This is despite his promise during the 2016 federal election that there would be no public funding of Adani's mine. This billion dollar loan is risky, reckless, and deeply unpopular. Even members of the Prime Minister's own party oppose it, with Coalition backbenchers Bert Van Manen and Sarah Henderson speaking out. This is public money, that would be better spent anywhere else! Funding our local hospitals and schools would be a good start. Or how about investing in renewable energy projects instead?
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  • Don't give billions to Adani
    Global mining company, Adani, have been unsuccessfully trying to secure finance for the Carmichael coal mine for years. Now, the Turnbull Government is considering making the Australian public foot the billion dollar bill for Adani's rail line, which will transport coal from the mine to the port. This is despite his promise during the 2016 federal election that there would be no public funding of Adani's mine. This billion dollar loan is risky, reckless, and deeply unpopular. Even members of the Prime Minister's own party oppose it, with Coalition backbenchers Bert Van Manen and Sarah Henderson speaking out. This is public money, that would be better spent anywhere else! Funding our local hospitals and schools would be a good start. Or how about investing in renewable energy projects instead?
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  • Stop single-use takeaway containers in Newtown!
    Waste is a huge problem, both in Australia but also globally. In Australia, we throw away enough packaging waste to fill the Melbourne Cricket Ground nine times over. A large part of this waste comes from single use takeaway containers. While some are recyclable, many are not – and whether or not people actually do recycle those containers is whole other story. There’s been a huge uptake by cafes and individuals of reusable take-away coffee cups, which is fantastic. But single-use take-away containers are just as much an issue, and reusable containers are a comparable solution to Keep Cups. Packaging waste ends up in our oceans and rivers, harming our marine and wildlife. It's also a climate change issue, as it ends up in landfill emitting greenhouse gases which are cooking our climate. Reusable containers are a logical, simple solution to reducing waste to take care of our wildlife and our planet.
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    Created by Give and Take
  • Poison in Paradise
    Brodifacoum is a superwarfarin that has derived from a warfarin. A highly deadly poison that has proven non-successful however instead, made even more toxic after rodents resist. Unlike http://senestech.com the founders of a sterilisation program which doesn't effect harm of any creature.
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    Created by Save LHI
  • Save Manly's bushland
    Will you join my call to make this a huge issue ahead of the Manly by-election? If enough of us come together now, we can win commitments from candidates that they’ll save the bushland. Sign now!
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    Created by Helen Kvelde
  • Halt Development in Melbourne's West
    The unplanned chaotic development has left the Wyndham City in chaos. Arterial Roads remain uncompleted after decades of development.Public Transport is unable to cope. It reflects the worst kind of urban sprawl imaginable.Schools and public services are under resourced. We asked for an immediate stop to further development until an independent review is conducted .
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    Created by Greg Browne Picture
  • ERM - stop faking the RET
    This strategy of ERM is completely contrary to ERM's stated vision of "'zero harm and zero loss' where care of people and the planet are put first..." Surely ERM understands that the mitigation of climate change is important to reduce extreme weather events, droughts, ocean acidification and sea level rise. Surely ERM understands that the burning of fossil fuels also has more immediate deleterious health effects, particularly upon people's respiratory systems.
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    Created by Neil Harris
  • TARKINE (TAKAYNA). World Heritage, not Woodchip
    The Tasmanian government is to introduce legislation on 7 March 2017 to commence logging in the TARKINE in an area of Unique Temperate Rainforest. The TARKINE is an area that contains a disease free population of Tasmanian Devils, home to the threatened Wedge Tail Eagle, and the unique giant Fresh Water Lobster.
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    Created by john mckenna Picture
  • TARKINE (TAKAYNA) Wilderness World Heritage Area.
    More logging coupes are about to be approved by the Tasmanian Government which will further threaten the unique Giant Fresh Water Crayfish, the habitat of a remaining disease free Tasmanian Devil population, nesting area for the Wedge Tail Eagle and destroy ancient Temperate Rainforest areas.
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    Created by john mckenna Picture
  • FULL EMPLOYMENT FOR AUSTRALIA
    Unemployment is the prime cause of poverty in Australia and the private economy cannot by itself provide the number of jobs required. It is not a personal problem, it is a national problem and that must be the focus. Under section 23 of the United Nations charter on human rights identify the right to work as a HUMAN RIGHT.It is the responsibility of the national government to ensure that sufficient employment is provided. If it does not come from the private sector then the public sector has to expand to allow this.
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    Created by Peter McLeod Picture