Michael Fisher donated 2017-08-09 11:17:38 +1000$3,037.00 raisedGOAL: $4,000.00
Imagine what it will feel like to finally win the campaign to repower Port Augusta with solar thermal! We are so close. We just need Jay to come through with the goods.
That’s why together we have to make a statement in the Adelaide CBD with this billboard, just down the road from Parliament House.
Will you chip in to put this billboard up right under Jay's nose? We just need $4000 to put it up for another fortnight.Donate
Michael Fisher donated 2017-03-15 20:56:02 +1100$7,133.00 raisedGOAL: $7,500.00
24-hour solar power - that’s the dream right? Jay Weatherill has the power to get it done, but right now, SA’s energy is the middle of the national energy debate, fuelled by Turnbull and his out of date fossil fuel mates.
The State Government has just announced $150 million dollars for new renewable energy storage tech (great!), and funds for a new gas-fired station and fracking for SA (not great!). The Premier also announced the State Government would use it's power purchase to support a new power station in SA and they'd announce it by June - the only real solution is 24-hour solar thermal power for Port Augusta.
Put this ad in the Advertiser so the message is right under Jay's nose, and put the pressure on him and Malcolm Turnbull to make solar thermal happen:
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Michael Fisher donated 2016-11-22 20:39:14 +1100$5,568.00 raisedGOAL: $5,000.00
Adani's plans to risk the Reef with a mega coal mine and shipping route are still on the table - the Indian coal mining magnate is dead set on digging up Queensland, but to do that, they need funding from at least 1 Australian bank.
Most likely candidate - Westpac - "the world's most sustainable bank." They have an existing relationship with Adani and this year invested $900 million in fossil fuels.
We’ve designed a billboard that is sure to shock Westpac shareholders and board members, putting their beloved “sustainability” brand next to the bleached Great Barrier Reef that has saddened people the world over.
Chip in to put this billboard and more out the front of Westpac's AGM