Download the Newsletter here:Focus on Santos aims to help environmental campaigners with timely, accurate facts and comment. Editor Eve Sinton will focus on the Narrabri Gas Project during 2023. Eve is known for Fossil Fool Bulletin, published 2017-2021. Focus on Santos will publish monthly or as required. A Substack newsletter version is in development. Editorial contact: evesinton@gmail.com

Download the Newsletter here:Focus on Santos aims to help environmental campaigners with timely, accurate facts and comment. Editor Eve Sinton will focus on the Narrabri Gas Project during 2023. Eve is known for Fossil Fool Bulletin, published 2017-2021. Focus on Santos will publish monthly or as required. A Substack newsletter version is in development. Editorial contact: evesinton@gmail.com

Focus ON Santos NEWSLETTER

What’s in this newsletter?Focus on Santos aims to help environmental campaigners with timely, accurate facts and comment. Editor Eve Sinton will focus on the Narrabri Gas Project during 2023. Eve is known for Fossil Fool Bulletin, published 2017-2021. Focus on Santos will publish monthly or as required. A Substack newsletter version is in development. Editorial contact: evesinton@gmail.com

After 10 years our memories are a little frazzled (not fracked) so this list is not an exhaustive one, lots of activity may have slipped our memories. 8 June 2012: KNAG was born – Clare Twomey and Lindy Scott at Shannonbrook Ponds 30 June 2012: First KN knit-in outside MP Thomas George’s office. These knit-ins continued weekly (Thursdays) up to

10th Nannaversary Actions Timeline – 30 June 2012 to 30 June 2022Read More »

Would you believe it, petals, it’s been 10 years since the guerilla espionage not-so-sweet little ladies now known as the Knitting Nannas started their ruthless needling of Metgasco, and of course our state unrepresentative member for Lismore, Thomas George. (Where Are They Now?).Nanna FACT: we knitted Thommo in every Thursday including Christmas Days from the end of June 2012 to the

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The Knitting Nannas Against Gas and Greed visited the Lismore pre-poll yesterday at Southern Cross University to spread a very important message. ‘120 years ago, women finally got the vote in Australia. Now, the planet needs your vote. ’Nanna Dot said that the suffragettes had a tremendous fight to win the right to vote in Britain. ‘Here in Australia, although

Knitting Nannas say ‘Vote 1 our Planet!’Read More »

The Human Rights Council held a panel discussion on climate change and the rights of older persons and published a report on the topic. You can read the report here: The work of the Knitting Nannas in this space has been formally acknowledged by the Human Rights Council – an International body that reports to the United Nations High Commissioner.

Knitting Nannas contribution to ‘Office of Human Rights policy on the rights of older people & climate change’ Formally AcknowledgedRead More »

This issue of Compass features Georgina Ramsay, a Knitting Nanna from the Lismore Loop. Environmental concerns can make strange bedfellows. The Lismore area is one of the most socially and religiously diverse parts of Australia. For many years its communities have dealt with bushfires, floods, fracking-threats and Covid. From traditional owners, to Buddhist practitioners, Catholics under Pope Francis – all

ICYMI “Fire, Flood & Resilience” on ABC’s CompassRead More »

The Knitting Nannas are very happy that the Senate supported the establishment of a Greens led inquiry into oil and gas exploration in the Beetaloo Basin. Knitting Nannas are calling for 100% Renewables (net zero emissions) by 2030 and it is time for the Federal Government to listen to the people on the demand for climate action.   AND This

Nannas heart the positive moves in the Senate this weekRead More »

Grab the remote this Sunday night at 8pm and switch to Aunty ABC (if you aren’t already) to watch Compass. Lismore is a city of diverse environmental groups, including your Nannas, we speak to Compass about what resilience means to us. From the ABC website: Coming up on Sunday 27 June at 8pm on ABC Plus (channel 22) then anytime

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