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News News Walk Against Warming this Sunday (15th August)

Walk Against Warming is Australia's largest day of community action on climate change and will take place nationally on Sunday August 15. Like never before, Western Australia’s future hangs in the balance and we have the opportunity through Walk Against Warming to show our politicians that we want to lead the way in replacing polluting fossil fuels with renewable energy. 

Walk Against Warming
Sunday 15th August
Fremantle Esplanade Reserve

Western Australia is blessed with an abundance of renewable energy potential from solar, geothermal, wind and wave power.  However, in recent weeks the WA Government has approved a massive expansion in coal power stations that will contribute to an appalling 75% increase in carbon pollution.
If we walk together we can stop the coal expansion and instead put WA on the path to a clean energy future.

So how can you join in the fun?
Join us and thousands of other Western Australians when we plant a sea of windmills in a giant map of our state at the Fremantle Esplanade Reserve at Midday on Sunday August 15.

The Union Climate Connectors program is supporting the event nationally and has produced free caps for union members attending on the day. Collect your cap by visiting Madeleine at the Oxfam stall at 12pm.

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