Join us as we collaborate with Murdoch University Environmental group 'MUEnSA', for the first on-campus screening of our new film ‘Fighting Giants’ on Thursday 26 October, 6:30 pm - 8pm at the Kim E. Beazley Lecture Theatre (Building 351 next to the Library)
The Kimberley has some of the largest intact natural landscapes left in the world. It is also a culturally rich region, home to a living Aboriginal culture that is many tens of thousands of years old, where many Traditional Owners have a deep connection to Country.
But fracking companies are the closest they've ever been to turning the region into an industrial wasteland. So we teamed up with Kimberley Traditional Owners, climate scientists and economists from The Australia Institute to produce this new film.
‘Fighting Giants’ is a rallying call to defend so many things that West Australians value: the stunning, intact landscapes of the Kimberley, our fragile climate, and Aboriginal culture and land.
Join us for this FREE event where we’ll screen this powerful short film, hear from the Frack Free Kimberley team AND you’ll have the opportunity then and there to write a short, impactful letter to a key state government decision makers, to express your concerns about fracking and your climate concerns.
The event is completely free but spaces are limited so reserve your seat below today.
This event is open to everyone, whether you’re new to the issue or have supported the campaign for a while. Open to staff, students and the public, so bring a friend or get a group together for a night of inspiration, motivation and community grassroots change.