Bike tour of the New Inner North Wetlands followed by a vegetarian lunch and gardening working bee.
Sunday, 10 October, 2010 (All day)
Meet at Lyneham shops at 10 (on Sunday the 10th of October). Leave at
10 past 10 and have a guided bike tour of the new Inner North
wetlands. Arrive at the O'Connor community garden (at the back
of the Uniting Church on the corner of Jarrah and Brigalow St) some
time before Noon. We will then have a free (very real food) vegetarian
provided by COGS) and have a working bee in their garden.
For those who find 10am to be a little early feel free to meet us at
the community garden at noon.
Also, climate action canberra is organising the following for the 11th:
COAL and CLIMATE CHANGE
Forum and discussion
Australia as the world's largest exporter of coal is supplying the
world’s coal addiction. Our coal exports are projected to double
over the coming decades. Coal mining also conflicts with land uses
like conservation and food production, and has large health effects.
Hear from this switched on panel and then join the discussion about
the expansion of coal in Australia and what strategies we should
take to do something about it.
Jeremy Tager: Greenpeace political advisor
Paola Cassoni: Co-owner of Bimblebox Nature Refuge in Queensland,
threatened by Clive Palmer's coal development.
Walter Jehne: from Climate Action Canberra talking on 'Our imperative
and options to safely draw down atmospheric CO2 levels and secure our
When: Monday October 11th, 6.30-8.00pm
Where: Manning Clark Centre, Theatre 6, Australian National University.
See the online ANU campus map [grid reference26a] to find Manning Clark Centre
Hosted by ANU Environment Collective and Climate Action Canberra.
Coin Donation For more details: Rebecca Horridge 0406375401
How to Get Involved Planning the Event: This is a joint event being run by the ANU Environment Collective, ACT AYCC and other community/environment organisations around Canberra. If you are a part of an organisation, or just a lone soul looking to get your hands in the dirt, contact: email@example.com Our first meeting is this Sunday 12th at 6pm.