Author Archives: Clare Chamberlain

30 Mar
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The people versus big pollution

Conservation Council of WA and  the Environment Defenders Office present The people versus big pollution Wednesday 14 April 2021, 6-8pm via Zoom or in person at 2 Delhi Street, West Perth, WA 6005 Over a year ago, the Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority ...

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30 Mar
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Uluru Statement: Voice your support

VOICE. TREATY. TRUTH. ULURU STATEMENT FROM THE HEART: Voice your support The government has announced they have extended public submissions on a voice to parliament to Friday, 30 April. This gives you four more weeks to voice your support for ...

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10 Feb
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FARA AGM 2021

The 2021 Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Australian Rock Art Inc. (FARA) will be held on Saturday 20 March 2021, 2 pm at 41 Havelock St, West Perth. Guest Speaker: Piers Verstegen, CEO of the Conservation Council of ...

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30 Nov
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Aboriginal group fears backlash from miners

The West Australian Tuesday 3 November 2020, page 20 Rangi Hirini Aboriginal groups fear backlash from miners Quote: A native title group says it has a “genuine fear” that speaking out about issues such as Rio Tinto’s destruction of ancient Aboriginal caves ...

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30 Nov
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‘Captured State’: the influence of the gas lobby on WA: report and campaign launch, Wednesday 2 December

Climate action group 350.org has just published an important report documenting the major political influence of WA’s gas lobby on WA State Government decision-making (as FARA campaigners know only too well). ‘Captured State’: the influence of the gas lobby on ...

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14 Oct
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Rally to help the climate and the Murujuga petroglyphs

Help preserve Murujuga petroglyphs Rally to support the WA Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Bill 2020, Nov 5, 2020 9-11 am in front of WA Parliament  

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14 Oct
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State $ support of WA Indigenous tourism

State $ support of WA Indigenous tourism The West Australian 2 September 2020 $30 million boost to support Aboriginal tourism including tours of the Murujuga rock art

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14 Oct
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Rio executives resign over Juukan Gorge debacle

Rio executives resign over Juukan Gorge debacle – The Guardian Australia 11 September 2020 The Rio Tinto chief executive, Jean-Sébastien Jacques, and two other senior executives are leaving the global miner after its board bowed to intense investor pressure for ...

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14 Oct
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WA Aboriginal Heritage Act reform

Proposed WA Aboriginal Heritage Act 2020 to reform the outdated 1972 Aboriginal Heritage Act The Department of Planning, Land and Heritage (DPLH) consultation page regarding the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill 2020 (the Bill) states that: …This new legislation will replace ...

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04 Sep
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Woodside: not just a climate criminal…

‘Woodside: not just a climate criminal…’ Woodside LNG emissions are also degrading the globally significant Aboriginal cultural heritage of Murujuga/the Burrup Peninsula Read more: Woodside: not just a climate criminal…

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