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We are building the Divestment movement and resisting new fossil fuel projects to build a broad and effective climate movement powerful enough to create a safe climate future.

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Monthly Meetings

Join us at our regular meetings.
They are the third Thursday of every month at 6:00 pm.
They are located at 97 William St, Perth in the offices of the Uniting Church in the City (map). The entrance is beside the Wittner shoe store.

Email to let us know you are coming

The offices can feel like a maze – if you email us beforehand we can exchange mobile phone numbers with you. We use the lecture room on the 1st floor: go into the foyer and take the lift to the 1st floor; go along the walkway until the end and through the large hall.

 

Blog

350 Boorloo Perth Goes on Tour

By Andrea DoCouto-Azcarate

A group of approximately 10 of us, including a good group from Fossil Free UWA, hopped over to Adelaide for some joint training with Fossil Free South Australia (a.k.a 350 in Adelaide).  We had a great time …

Ask BHP to Drop Scarborough gas

The controversial Scarborough gas project is now very well known and associated with its operators, Woodside. But what often gets forgotten is the other joint venture partner, BHP.

BHP has a 26.5% share in Scarborough and therefore a 26.5% share

End of the Line: It’s time to Stop Scarborough Gas

Below is the unabridged speech written for the Revelation Perth International Film Festival, where 350 Boorloo Perth held a joint stall with WAFA (W.A. Forest Alliance) from the 6th – 11th of July, at the screening of “End of the

Accounting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

By Ivan Quail

The Federal Clean Energy Regulator and National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) scheme base their reporting on GHG emissions on safeguard mechanisms which commenced on 1 July 2016 and apply to facilities that emit more than 100,000