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Mataharimau: Navicula Borneo Tour
— January 28, 2013
The Bali-based band Navicula tag-teamed with environmental groups to voice concerns over deforestation, orangutans, and the global thirst for energy. The band toured Borneo to sing and learn, rhyming about the problems and solutions faced in the archipelago.
A chat with Fern York on Kanuguba
— June 08, 2011
Artist and activist Fern York chatted with EngageMedia on her work in Kanuguba and the struggle of the Aboriginal people in Newcastle, or Mulubinba as it was originally called.
Climate Camp Australia 2008
— July 13, 2008
This video shows the day of action in Newcastle to halt coal trains, protesting the continued export of coal from one of the largest coal ports in the world.
Count Down to the End of Coal - Tome Fromme
— July 24, 2008
The human clock counts down to the end of coal at Climate Camp Australia 2008 in Newcastle. This clip contains footage from a helicopter flying over beautiful Newcastle beaches, the busy harbour and coal terminals, mountains of black coal and finally an inspiring community protest at Climate Camp in a football oval, just over from the Carrington coal loaders.
Save Happy Valley: The Movie
— August 21, 2007
Happy Valley is a beautiful area of native bush, fragile wetlands and a thriving ecosystem of native birds and animals located on the West Coast of New Zealand, just North East of Westport. It is home to many threatened species including the Great Spotted Kiwi and the large native Patrickensis land snail.... and it is under attack from state-owned enterprise Solid Energy!
Climate Camp Action Interview
— July 13, 2008
Participants in the Camp for Climate Action and other concerned citizens came together on Sunday 13th of July to blockade the coal train lines. Non-Violent Direct Action was taken to highlight the need for renewable energy and stop the polluting coal industry. An interview with Pete, one of the many arrested after the mass action blocking Newcastle's coal trains.
Graham Brown at Climate Camp
— July 11, 2008
Graham Brown, ex-coal worker and now climate change activist speaking at the Climate Camp in Newcastle (11th of July 2008) in a session on making a socially just transition from coal-powered communities to a renewable economy in Australia.
People's Blockade of the Worlds' Biggest Coal Port
— January 10, 2008
Saturday, November 3rd, 2007 -- hundreds of people came to Newcastle Harbour to take action against Australia's biggest contribution to climate change: coal exports. The action was part of a community campaign to stop the massive expansion of Newcastle coal port - already the biggest coal exporter in the world.
There's No Future in Coal
— March 29, 2011
A documentary on the New South Wales coal industry, filmed on the Just Transition Tour in November 2009.
Climate Camp '09 on Dharawal Land: Talking with Uncle Dootch
— August 27, 2009
Dootch Kennedy, Dharawal Traditional Owner and Chairperson of the Illawarra Aboriginal Land Council, shares his views on coal mining on his country, and invites people to take action at Climate Camp '09. Climate Camp '09 will be three inspiring days of workshops, sustainable living and grassroots direct action from October 9 -11th. We aim to stop the expansion of Australia’s oldest coal mine in Helensburgh, forty minutes south of Sydney on Dharawal Land. At Climate Camp '09, actions speak louder than words. Come along! www.climatecamp.org.au
— October 27, 2016
Kalapaku is a shadow puppet theater performance using traditional folk forms to tell the story of a fairytale kingdom threatened by extractivism.
Bayswater power station action
— September 07, 2009
In November 2008 a group of over 30 people went to shut down the equal largest coal fired power station in NSW.
Earth Hour Action - Hazelwood Power Station - March 2009
— March 29, 2009
"Switch off Coal and Switch on Renewables" is the very clear message being sent to State and Federal Governments this Earth Hour by community climate activists who have occupied Hazelwood Power Station in Victoria's Latrobe Valley today.
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