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Jaden Harris, one of Sydney's youngest and most inspiring climate action leaders, is helping build support for Australia's clean energy economy in his local community through involvement in the Sydney Youth Climate Action Network, 100% Renewables and the Australian Youth Climate Coalition.
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On 1 May 2012, thousands of people from across New South Wales rallied outside Parliament House, demonstrating the strength of community concern about the destruction of rivers, forests and farmland and pollution of air and water by the rapidly expanding mining and coal seam gas industry.
On 15 October 2011, community, environment and sustainability groups and their supporters celebrated the progress on laws that will put a price on carbon pollution and create billions of dollars of investment in renewable energy by coming together for a group photo with a giant earth globe in front of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
The dedicated folk at South East Forest Rescue invite you to join them by the side of Edron Road as they count the logging trucks laden with our native forests drive into the Eden Chipmill.
Higher-than-permitted levels of mercury vapour escaped into the air from the Orica facility at Port Botany, in Sydney's southeast, on Tuesday, 27 September.
NCC CEO Pepe Clarke says the NSW government must take a long, hard look at our pollution control system and implement strong measures to reduce risks to public safety and the environment.
A second toxic industrial accident at Orica’s Koorang Island facility has prompted the Nature Conservation Council of NSW to call for a public inquiry into environmental pollution licences and their monitoring.
CEO Pepe Clarke tells Channel 10 News on 20 August, "We're concerned the Orica facility is just the tip of the iceberg and there's a need for a thorough review of the way in which toxic pollution risks are managed in NSW".