Victorian State Election 2018 - FoE's Vision, part 2

Tuesday, 30 January 2018 - 9:30am to 10:00am

In this the second part of our state election, start-of-the-year special, Dirt Radio talks first with Zianna Fuad, co-ordinator of FoE’s Quit Coal campaign, about dubious plans for carbon capture and storage in the La Trobe Valley, and the myth of 'clean coal'. Then, Callum Simpson from FoE’s forest collective explains the importance of the Emerald Link proposal for East Gippsland and the need to dump Victoria's Regional Forest Agreements (RFAs).

The election happens in November this year, and there’s much at stake in terms of environment policy, sustainability, and with the perspective of a wider optic – the question of social justice and the role of the communities in the working of democracy.

Dirt Radio is Friends of the Earth Melbourne's show on 3CR
Friends of the Earth campaigners and activists dig down into the dirt on important environmental and social justice issues.


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