Monday, 20 May 2019 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Radio team : May 20th 

Vivien Langford -  Interviews

Andy Britt- Production

David Ritter  - CEO of Greenpeace " Get The MONEY out of politics"

Amanda Cahill -CEO of Next Economy " Build on local communities"

David Morris-Environmental Defenders Office NSW.  "The judge said if we stop opening coal mines,it is just as likely that other countries will follow"
Major Kaur - Students strike 4 climate and founding member of Climate Leaders

Joanne Mc Carthy  - Newcastle Herald journalist and Walkley award winner
 Wang Djarri Dancers  - music
The town of Gloucester is a hero because it challenged AGL's fracking and won.
Then they challenged Rocky Hill Coal mine in court and won, setting a world precedent. The judge in the Land and Environment court said this was the wrong time in history for a new coal mine.

Vivien went to the Sustainable Futures Weekend in Gloucester . Workshops were on Active Hope, A new Society Emerging right now, What does a future worth fighting for look like? Having a First People's heart and a Thriving Democracy.

We were welcomed by the  Waang Djarri dancers and there was a song Raining on the Rock. Thank s to the young singer (I did not catch his name.) And thanks to Julie Lyford and the Groundswell Gloucester team who made us feel so welcome. This town is certainly the mouse that roars.

Monday 5:00pm to 6:00pm
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