THE CLIMATE ACTION SHOW
12TH APRIL 2021 Produced by Vivien Langford
#The Tour de Carmichael to stop Adani,
#The Climate Action Network Australia to unite our efforts,
#Climate Conversations with Professor David Karoly
Coedie McAvoy - Wangan and Jagalingou People of the Galilee Basin and leader of the Tour de Carmichael
Julie Anne Richards - CEO of CANA
Professor David Karoly - Why more gas is crazy! from Climate Conversations by Robert Mc Lean
This show dramatises three aspects of climate action:
1. Holding the line against more emissions.. In the lead to stop Adani's Carmichael Coal mine are the Traditional owners who regard this land as sacred.Home | Tour De Carmichael (wixsite.com)
2. Policy and Pressure. J.A Richards talks about the Biden Climate Summit in April.
Will Australia will be pressured to turn our ship around?
She describes how the Glasgow COP this year will feature Loss and damage Reparations. This reprersentsd years of ardent work by NGOs and community climate campaigners! Would you like to take collective action?. our members - CANA
3. Public outreach and education; We see how an eminent scientist like David Karoly is prepared to speak even at a small gathering in Shepparton and a keen radio journalist takes it to a wider audience. Climate Conversations (climactic.com.au)
The ongoing disasterous climate impacts such as the floods here, in Indonesia and in East Timor must wake us up to the emergency our gas and coal are creating. Cocktail of disaster': East Timor asks for Australian aid as floods trigger disease outbreak (msn.com)
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Here is a message from Coedie about the Tour de Carmichael.
ngadyu narri coedie
My name is coedie
ngadyu dannga Wirdi
My language is Wirdi
ngadyu yamba nani wanggan yagalinggu
My homelands are the wangan and jagalingou
ngaya wandu-na wadirra bama gayu wurba-gu ngadyu yamba nani
I'm asking every man and woman to come to my homelands
yina dalgayu gundarra ngali gara banggayn
This is a big fight and we're not afraid
Along the journey we’ll be stopping and sharing about the significance of our Totems, Twin Hills, the Belyando, the Carmichael river and the importance of our sacred Doongmabulla Springs and other dreaming stories. You’ll be invited to the camp and ceremonial ground that I set up for a smoking ceremony in August last year where you’ll be part of some great yarns and teachings.
Registrations for the Tour are now open and close on Sunday 25th April. Sign up to learn how you can join the tour or help from home.
For nine years we have said NO to Adani’s toxic coal mine that will rip the heart out of our Country and destroy our songlines.
We as Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners of the Galilee basin are continuing to fight. Join me in the next stage of the battle at the Tour De Carmichael - sign up to learn more.
P.S. Oh and please click "GOING" on the Facebook event to demonstrate support for the event.
If you can’t make it but want to support from home you can also chip in to cover the costs of the tour here.
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