[CAMWEST-discuss] Fw: FW: Invitation to 'In the Hot Seat - State Election Forums on UrbanWater and Climate Change']

Nick Urbanik nicku at nicku.org
Tue Feb 20 12:02:03 UTC 2007


Dear CAMWESTies,

The elections approach; always a good time to lobby!

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From: "Jenni Gormley, Push On" <pushon at shirelife.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 13:13:04 +1100
To: "'Kate Marley'" <KMarley at bicyclensw.org.au>,
	"Alex Unwin" <aunwin at bicyclensw.org.au>
Subject: FW: Invitation to 'In the Hot Seat - State Election Forums on UrbanWater and Climate Change']
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 Please forward to your networks
 
Regads, Jenni 

           Brought to you by the Nature Conservation Council of NSW,
                          you are invited to attend:

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  In an election year shaped by water shortages, drought and extreme weather
 events, water and climate change are key election deciders for the people of
                                     NSW.

  Join us for two not-to-be-missed evenings as key party spokespeople face a
     panel of journalists and experts and party policies are put under the
                                  spotlight.

In The Hot Seat
Forum One: Our urban water crisis - reduce, reuse, desalinate?
Tuesday 6th March, 2007, free admission

Speakers:
    - Hon. Bob Debus MP (Environment Minister)
    - Mr Michael Richardson MP (Shadow Environment Minister)
    - Ms Lee Rhiannon MLC (Greens Member)

For further information contact Sam McGuinness at smcguinness at nccnsw.org.au or
9279 2466.

In The Hot Seat
Forum Two: Who will take the lead on climate change?
Tuesday 13th March, 2007, free admission

Speakers:
    - Hon. Bob Debus MP (Environment Minister)
    - Mr Michael Richardson MP (Shadow Environment Minister)
    - Ms Lee Rhiannon MLC (Greens Member)

For further information contact Marnie Kikken at mkikken at nccnsw.org.au or 9279
2466.

Please see attached flyers and poster for further details.
Please distribute to friends, family, colleagues, members and relevant
networks.


--
Sam McGuinness
Sustainable Cities Campaigner

Nature Conservation Council of NSW (NCC)
Level 2/301 Kent Street, Sydney  NSW  2000
Ph:  (02) 9279 2466  Fax: (02) 9279 2499
Email: smcguinness at nccnsw.org.au
Web: www.nccnsw.org.au

Help protect the water we drink, the air we breathe and the places we love.
Please visit www.nccnsw.org.au/support to make a donation.







  TWO State Election Forums on Urban
     Water and Climate Change
                                Our urban water crisis:
                     Forum 1:
                                reduce, reuse, desalinate?
              Tuesday 6th March, 2007 6:30pm – 8:30pm
      When:

Where: Grand Lodge, Sydney Masonic Centre, 66 Goulburn Street, Sydney


                                The State Government is committed to building a
                                desalination plant when dams reach 30%. Is this the
                                right solution? Does the Opposition provide a viable
                                alternative?
                                Join us for an evening as key party spokespeople
                                face a panel of journalists and experts and party
                                policies are put under the spotlight.
                                Speakers:
                                  n Hon. Bob Debus MP (Environment Minister)
                                  n Mr Michael Richardson MP (Shadow
                                    Environment Minister)
                                  n Ms Lee Rhiannon (Greens Member)

    For further information please contact Sam McGuinness at
            smcguinness at nccnsw.org.au or 9279 2466
              Visit www.environmentelection.org.au

Also in this forum series:
                     Forum 2: Who will take the lead on Climate Change?
                     When: Tuesday 13th March, 2007 6:30pm – 8:30pm
  TWO State Election Forums on Urban
     Water and Climate Change
                                Who will take the lead on
                     Forum 2:
                                climate change?
             Tuesday 13th March, 2007 6:30pm – 8:30pm
     When:

Where: Grand Lodge, Sydney Masonic Centre, 66 Goulburn Street, Sydney


                             To keep us below a 2°C global temperature rise we must
                             reduce greenhouse pollution by at least 30% below 1990
                             levels by 2020. Anything less risks the human, economic,
                             and environmental future of NSW.
                             Join us for an evening as key party spokespeople face
                             a panel of journalists and experts and party policies
                             are put under the spotlight.
                                          n Hon. Bob Debus MP
                             Speakers:
                                            (Environment Minister)
                                          n Mr Michael Richardson MP (Shadow
                                            Environment Minister)
                                          n Ms Lee Rhiannon (Greens Member)


     For further information please contact Marnie Kikken at
              mkikken at nccnsw.org.au or 9279 2466
              Visit www.environmentelection.org.au

Also in this forum series:
                Forum 1: Our urban water crisis: reduce, reuse, desalinate?
                When: Tuesday 6th March, 2007 6:30pm – 8:30pm

                                  TWO State Election Forums
                                    on Urban Water and
                                      Climate Change
                              Our urban water crisis: reduce, reuse, desalinate?
                  Forum 1:
                            Tuesday 6th March, 2007 6:30pm – 8:30pm
                    When:
                    Where: Grand Lodge, Sydney Masonic Centre, 66 Goulburn Street, Sydney


The State Government is committed to constructing a desalination plant when the dams reach 30%.
Is the Government’s plan the right solution or does the Opposition provide a viable alternative?
Join us for an evening as key party spokespeople face a panel of journalists and experts and party
policies are put under the spotlight.
            n Hon. Bob Debus MP (Environment Minister)
Speakers:
            n Mr Michael Richarson MP (Shadow Environment Minister)
            n Ms Lee Rhiannon (Greens Member)

For further information please contact Sam McGuinness at smcguinness at nccnsw.org.au or 9279 2466


                              Who will take the lead on climate change?
                  Forum 2:
                            Tuesday 13th March, 2007 6:30pm – 8:30pm
                    When:
                    Where: Grand Lodge, Sydney Masonic Centre, 66 Goulburn Street, Sydney


    To keep us below a 2°C global temperature rise Australia, and NSW, must reduce greenhouse
    pollution by at least 30% below 1990 levels by 2020. Anything less risks the human, economic,
    and environmental future of NSW.
    Join us for an evening as key party spokespeople face a panel of journalists and experts and
    party policies are put under the spotlight.
                n Hon. Bob Debus MP (Environment Minister)
    Speakers:
                n Mr Michael Richarson MP (Shadow Environment Minister)
                n Ms Lee Rhiannon (Greens Member)

    For further information please contact Marnie Kikken at mkikken at nccnsw.org.au or 9279 2466


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