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Fund Our Future, Don’t Frack Gasfields

By Janette and the Knitting Nannas Against Gas, and Frack Free Swan 

Hospitals, schools, renewable energy – there are so many smarter ways to spend billions of taxpayer dollars than handouts for oil and gas billionaires. 

Yet the Australian government

Woodside and the Burrup Hub Emissions Put W.A. into Crisis



Australia’s largest liquefied natural gas producer, Woodside, plans a regional hub on the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia, which would enable it to develop trillions of cubic feet of gas over the next decades. Two new gas fields

Captured State Campaign Update

We cannot let Labor become complacent with their historic landslide victory, and our newly elected representatives will need to be held accountable for addressing the most urgent crisis of our time.

Left: Volunteers at a stall in Murray Street Mall

“Gas-led recovery” panned by the energy market

By Celine Lai


RenewEconomy reports that AEMO, the Australian Energy Market Operator, may abandon plans to model a ‘gas led recovery’ scenario as part of its 2022 Integrated System Plan. This is after a proposal to model the

Insights from a week of Activists’ work

By Eileen Whitehead

The WA Forest Alliance had a busy week in March, holding their Grand Postcard Delivery Rally in West Perth on Wednesday 10th. Thousands of messages on postcards addressed to Mark McGowan, calling for the forests to be

Climate Policies – What are the parties offering?

By Cyril Toman


The Greens 

“The Greens will ensure a swift transition to a zero-emissions economy powered by 100% renewable energy that looks after people, builds the green jobs of the future and ensures a gas-free future for WA.”