The Federal Government has recently revealed funding for a destructive stretch of road through the stunning Beeliar Wetlands. Not only are they proposing four lanes of tarmac be built through one of Perth’s most important ecosystems, the proposed road will be ineffectual, creating an extraordinary bottleneck of trucks in Fremantle.
Why are the fracking industry so scared of our public information campaign?
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Read our response to the attack from the fracking industry below
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Hydraulic Fracturing (‘Fracking’) for gas or oil involves pumping a cocktail of highly carcinogenic and toxic chemicals deep underground at extreme pressure in order to fracture rocks and release natural gas. Where this has occurred elsewhere in the world it has resulted in the permanent contamination of groundwater aquifers. Here in WA, the fracking industry is currently active and unregulated.
The Conservation Council is, with partners, campaigning to stop this dangerous process. Check out the Clean Water Healthy Land campaign site.
Tell your MP, the Environment Minister and the Premier that you care - use the handy 'Find Your MP' function on our online action here.
Check out the amazing advertisment that we've had made about the risks of shale gas fracking here.
Less than 1% of Australia’s South West marine environment is protected, despite being home to a far greater level of unique species than the Great Barrier Reef.
Join us in calling for a network of large marine sanctuaries in Australia’s South West.
Western Australians are among the biggest consumers of resources in the world and one of the biggest factors contributing to this unsustainable consumption is the lack of recycling activity here in WA. Just about everything we throw away can potentially be recycled, but in WA we send thousands of tonnes of packaging, building materials and other valuable resources to rubbish dumps around the state every year.
Are you empowered for a cleaner energy future?
Empower WA is a collection of local community sector groups who believe that as West Australians we can reduce our bills, create jobs and fight climate change through positive policies and initiatives.
We are working together to create a better future for our children.
A vision for WA
As West Australians, we are in a prime position to take advantage of green technology and new ways of doing things.