Three members of 350 Eurobodalla yesterday delivered a copy of a petition to Fiona Phillips’ Batemans Bay office. Spokesperson Allan Rees said,
‘Although we are only three people today, we directly represent 700 subscribers and over 1,000 Facebook followers. We also represent the many other Gilmore voters who also want urgent and thorough climate action which means no expansion of fossil fuel industries.
‘We voters are very concerned that the Albanese government is too slow to cease funding fossil fuel industries in the face of ever-worsening climate change impacts such as the dreadful floods happening today.
The joint petition with 38,514 signatures calls on the Albanese Government to clean up the budget. The petition was organised by 350 Australia, GetUp, Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network, Australian Youth Climate Coalition and the Australian Conservation Foundation.
The full media release is attached, together with a photo of the delivery.
The link to 350 Australia’s analysis of the October 2022 budget is here:
Above: 350 Eurobodalla Members Jack Egan, Allan Rees and Marian Matti deliver petition to Maureen Searson at Batemans Bay office.