First to air on 2SER 04/02/2010
Hosts: Jess and James
Ep 90. Gunns 20, taking the polluters to court and Otesha
Gunns 20 case over
Back in December 2004 Gunns limited served writs to 20 people and organisations. The case became known as the Gunns 20. The other the years that followed suits against the defendents were gradually dropped, with the final four cases dropped in January 2010. We spoke with Adam Burling from the Huon Valley Environment Centre about the case.
See www.gunns20.org for more info
Taking the polluters to court
After the end of the Gunns 20 case, we take a look at turning the tables on the polluters. Peter Gray and Naomi Hodgson currenly have a case before the NSW land and environment court against Bayswater coal-fired Power station at Muswellbrook. They are arguing that Bayswater does not have permission to release the carbon dioxide emissions from the coal it burns into the atomsphere. Jess spoke with Peter Gray.
Otsesha: cycling for sustainability
The Otesha Porject is a bicycle tour and sustainability eduction program which aims to provide a creative focus to understanding environmental and social justice issues. The next tour starts 14th Feburary, we caught up with one of the participants, Alice Blackwood.
Rockin' the Boat
A diverse art exhibition contributing to the debate on refugees, asylum seekers & fear politics in the age of terror & climate change.
29 January -14 February 2010
At The Vanishing Point - Contemporary Art
565 King St. Newtown
(02) 9519 2340/ 0430 083 364
Gallery Hours: Thurs 10am-8pm, Fri 10am-6pm, Sat/Sun 10am-5pm
Free entry, All welcome.