Three major Far South Coast (FSC) organisations have come together to host a Federal Election Candidates’ Forum at the Bermagui Community Centre on Saturday, 4 June at 5.30 pm. Clean Energy for Eternity Inc, the National Trust (FSC Branch), and the National Parks Association (FSC Branch), have invited all Eden Monaro Candidates to present their positions and to address real concerns within our Electorate.
The Moderator for the evening will be Mr Tim Holt, former well-known and respected ABC-South East Radio presenter. Representatives will include: Dr Matthew Nott, Founder and President of Clean Energy for Eternity Inc; Dr Frances Perkins, Chair of National Trust (FSC Branch); Mr David Gallan, President of National Parks Association; and Dr Bronte Somerset from NPA’s Great Southern Forests campaign.
The Forum will focus on big issues requiring strong leadership. These include climate change, the future of our native forests, and the quality of life in our region as influenced by employment and business opportunities through renewable energy projects, health, education, and protection of our natural environment. There will be ample opportunity for questions from the audience.
For further information, please contact Prue Kelly, Clean Energy for Eternity Inc on 0418 161 547 or [email protected]
PS We need your help in the 2016 Federal election to remind voters and politicians that tackling climate pollution is vital. To spread the word, please post a message on Facebook or Twitter – it’s easy using this link that Climate Change Balmain Rozelle has prepared. There are 21 different Facebook posts/Tweets you can share over the eight week election campaign. Even better email the link http://www.climatechangebr.org/page15.htm to all your friends so they can do the same