Save Westernport supports Student Strike 4 Climate

Save Westernport supports Student Strike 4 Climate

Call out to all Save Westernport Supporters
Save Westernport and friends will be marching to show support for the Global Schools Strike 4 Climate
demonstration this Friday Sept 20, 2pm Treasury Gardens, Melbourne.

We’d love you to join us to let the Government and big business know: It is NOT business as usual!
We don’t like what we see happening to our planet.
We care about what we’re seeing.
We demand change and We’re READY for the big solutions today, for the FUTURE OF OUR PLANET, now!

Crowds are expected to be big, in order to meet up before the march, we will gather in front of the Windsor Hotel in Spring St, at 1:30pm near the main entrance closer to Lt Collins Street
We’ll then walk together to the Treasury Gardens.

Tell your Friends! Bring your selves, your drums, bells, flags, banners and signs

Save Westernport Supports
Schools Strike 4 Climate!

If you’re traveling by public transport from Westernport, take the 11.04 train from Stony point.
It arrives into Frankson at 11.40 with a connecting train to town arriving in the city at 12.48.
Parliament Station is closest to the Windsor Hotel
See you there!!

Mangroves of Westernport Bay Video by Green Collar Productions

Mangroves of Westernport Bay from Green Collar Productions on Vimeo.

Created by Green Collar Productions in support of community group, Save Westernport. These mangroves are an essential ecosystem providing carbon sequestration, coastal stabilisation and home to at least 30 species of migratory birds. They are culturally significant and are considered a Ramsar listed wetlands and UNESCO Biosphere reserve. AGL is threatening this habitat and our community by proposing to moor a 17 storey, 300m regasification factory in our bay, within this wetlands. It could be moored for 20 years. These mangroves are located approximately 1km from where I grew up, spent time as a child and learnt about nature. This is where I continue to spend time as an adult. Because these mangroves cannot speak, I decided to make a film about them to show how precious they are.