Parsons on the Brink of Nuclear Disaster

Submitted by Webmaster on Thu, 31/08/2006 - 09:12

People in numerous cities across Australia will today target Parsons Brinckerhoff, the private company contracted to assess the Federal Government's proposed sites for a Commonwealth nuclear waste dump in the Northern Territory.

A range of creative and diverse actions will occur at Parsons Brinckerhoff offices in Brisbane, Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

Holly Creenaune, National Convenor of the Australian Student Environment Network said "Communities surrounding all of the sites being assessed in the Northern Territory ; Harts Range, Mt Everard, and Fishers Ridge, remain strongly opposed to hosting a nuclear waste dump for the next few thousand years."

Global Co Design logoThe Global Eco Design Organisation (GEDO) would like to invite you to...

Featuring one of the Greatest Environmentalists of our time...
Dr David SuzukiDr David Suzuki

"Solutions are in Our Nature"- motto, David Suzuki Foundation
....and many other influential speakers.

Prolific author and renowned environmental scientist Dr David Suzuki will be coming to Cairns for the Eco Design Dialogues, to share his knowledge on the challenges to sustainability, and offer some real and effective strategies to address them.

An Inconvenient TruthFrom director Davis Guggenheim comes the Sundance Film Festival hit, AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH, which offers a passionate and inspirational look at one man's fervent crusade to halt global warming's deadly progress in its tracks by exposing the myths and misconceptions that surround it.

"How well does the film handle the science? Admirably, I thought. It is remarkably up to date, with reference to some of the very latest research. For the most part, I think Gore gets the science right, just as he did in Earth in the Balance. The small errors don't detract from Gore's main point, which is that we in the United States have the technological and institutional ability to have a significant impact on the future trajectory of climate change." Eric Steig - is a not for profit entity that was formed in Dec 2003. is not affiliated with any political organisation or party.
The aim is to help facilitate some form of non-violent resistance to the growing neo-conservative empire. doesn't agree with violent protest in any form, and doesn't wish to be associated in any way with supporting terrorism of any kind.

The most important law you've never heard of...

Submitted by Webmaster on Sat, 05/08/2006 - 14:15

Something dangerous is about to happen to the very heartland of Aboriginal Australia - and neither the traditional owners, nor you, have been warned.

Under the guise of promoting economic development for indigenous Australians, the Federal Government wants to ram through new legislation this Tuesday that actually jeopardises future generations of Aboriginal livelihoods. It's quite possibly the most important law you've never heard of.

(Business Week) A New World Economy

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 08/05/2006 - 03:35

The balance of power will shift to the East as China and India evolve
It may not top the must-see list of many tourists. But to appreciate Shanghai's ambitious view of its future, there is no better place than the Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, a glass-and-metal structure across from People's Square. The highlight is a scale model bigger than a basketball court of the entire metropolis -- every skyscraper, house, lane, factory, dock, and patch of green space -- in the year .

Police Minister Judy Spence leaves tomorrow on a two-week trip to the USA and the United Kingdom, where she will be briefed on the latest in global counter terrorism techniques, tools and strategies.

(QldGovSpin) Land release for petroleum exploration

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 27/04/2006 - 22:09

The Queensland Government is opening up an area of over 22,725 square kilometres for competitive tendering for petroleum exploration.

Police Minister Judy Spence leaves tomorrow on a two-week trip to the USA and the United Kingdom, where she will be briefed on the latest in global counter terrorism techniques, tools and strategies.

(QldGovSpin) Bligh welcomes more Boeing Scramjet millions

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 19/04/2006 - 13:19

Just weeks after announcing a further $2 million commitment to the University of Queensland's Scramjet program Deputy Premier Anna Bligh told State Parliament today that Boeing is going to match the State's support.



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