For months the Turnbull government has been attacking states like Victoria, South Australia and the ACT for leading on renewable energy, in an attempt to bully them into adopting their dirty energy guarantee, the 'NEG'.
On Friday the 20th of April, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) will meet in Melbourne to discuss the NEG, a policy that appears designed to wreck renewables and lock in polluting coal and gas.
This is our chance to show the Turnbull government we want to see an energy system powered by wind and solar, and an end to dependence on fossil fuels.
With renewables under attack, who will be the community's renewable energy champion at COAG?
Join Friends of the Earth, Environment Victoria and other allies for a snap rally for renewables outside the COAG energy council meeting at the Sofitel Hotel at 25 Collins Street, Melbourne on Friday the 20th April.
Bring placards and your smiling faces for the cameras! We need your help to send a strong message that the community wants wind and solar power and won't be bullied into a bad outcome for renewables.
If you've got any questions get in touch below, look forward to seeing you there!
Contact: Pat Simons, Friends of the Earth Melbourne [email protected]
April 20, 2018 at 7:45am - 9:45am
25 Collins Street
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