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JOIN THE CAMPAIGN: A NET ZERO GOAL MEANS NO NEW COAL

NSW is facing the biggest expansion of coal since the Paris Agreement was signed, with at least 12 new coal projects currently being considered by the NSW Labor Government. 

Hundreds of hectares of critically endangered woodland is at risk, including habitat for threatened species like koalas and critically endangered regent honeyeaters. And if we don’t stop burning coal, extreme fires, floods and drought will become more frequent. 

Will you campaign to get the word out? Request some flyers now and we’ll have them posted to you in the new year.

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And if you haven’t already, make sure to sign the online petition telling the Climate Change and Environment Minister Penny Sharpe that a net zero goal means no new coal. 

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