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On todays show Jack and Sam speak with Freja Leonard from the No More Gas Collective about Victoria's role in Gas.
The interview touches on the role gas plays in Australia, the way it's exported and a recent (staggering) proposal for a floating gas terminal to be built in Geelong. The terminal boasts a location within the advised safe 3km radius residental housing, an immediate threat to local bay wildlife and a shallow attempt to prop up the crumbling Australian gas industry.
Help show solidarity to the people, flora and fauna that will be effected by the project by sending an email to your MP to TAKE ACTION on Victorian gas.Read more
Today on Dirt Radio we speak with Michelle Baxter of the Strzelecki Koala Action Team (SKAT) about the iconic Strzelecki koala, Victoria's only endemic species of Koala and the difficulty the species faces from logging, fires and private land ownership in Victoria.
With news last week that the death of four Koalas have been reported in a planned burnoff of the Mount Richmond National Park, this is a very present threat to all koala species.
Find out how you can get involved with SKAT spending long weekends (like Michelle) hunting for koala gold.Read more
On today's Dirt Radio Sam, Jack and Jarred talk with climate community organisers about the Federal Election outcome and the impact of grassroots organising with special guests, Lynn Franks from Lighter Footprints: Grassroots and Morgan Pickett from Climate Action Network Australia.Read more
Sam and Jack talk with Jarred Abrahams, Climate justice member at Friends of the Earth. Jarred talks about fighting climate in the community, with two pre-recorded interviews with community members Mick and Greg, who are organising climate forums within their communities.Read more
Sam and Jack talk with Dee Mould, a Lismore resident rebuilding after the recent devestating floods in the area. Dee speaks of the strength and resilience their community has shown to pick up the pieces after the destructive March floods.
Pass on your donations and support below:Read more
Sam and Jack talk to Zia about the direct action group Blockade Australia and its most recent series of climate actions around the Port of Botony, in New South Wales.
Today on Dirt Radio we spoke with Freya Dinshaw, a senior lawyer at the Human Rights Law Centre on human rights violations, modern slavery and the ways in which we can hold Australian corporations to account.