Fighting talks against Coal Seam Gas
More than half of NSW is covered by titles for coal, mineral or CSG exploration or production but the question of what this means for food production is yet to be answered. Cost of $10/$15 includes a glass of NSW organic wine and finger food.
Prue Green – Executive Officer, Caroona Coal Action Group (CCAG) Rosemary Nankivell - CSG Committee Chairperson, CCAG, organiser of recent successful blockade against Santos Helen Redmond – Doctors for the Environment
UNDERMINING OUR FOOD BOWLS: HOW CSG IS THREATENING FUTURE FOOD – 6 FEBRUARY Visiting voices from the frontline, plus health expert.
WHEN: Monday, 6 February. Arrive 6pm for refreshments and a 6.30pm start. Presentations and Q&A conclude 8pm. WHERE: Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, 280 Pitt St, Sydney (near Town Hall station) RSVP for catering purposes to firstname.lastname@example.org phone 0410 145 473 or on Facebook; pickup tickets at door.
More information: http://sydneyfoodfairness.org.au/blog/20...
The forum will be preceded by Sydney Food Fairness Alliance AGM from 5pm, which everyone is welcome to attend.