Robert McLean's Podcast

Learning a little about Sydney's Knitting Nannas

January 04, 2019 Season 1 Episode 60
Robert McLean's Podcast
Learning a little about Sydney's Knitting Nannas
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Robert McLean's Podcast
Learning a little about Sydney's Knitting Nannas
Jan 04, 2019 Season 1 Episode 60
Robert McLean/Chris Rumble
The Knitting Nannas want to ensure our fossil suels stay in the ground.
Show Notes

A group of Sydney-based women, which are now apart of a near national movement known as the "Knitting Nannas" is working hard to ensure our fossil fuels, gas,oil and coal, stay in the ground.
The Knitting Nannas largely focus their efforts on coal seam gas (CSG) and were founded in June 2012 in response to exploration for unconventionally mined gas in prime agricultural land in the Northern Rivers areas in New South Wales.
Here Chris Rumble talks with Climate Conversations about this dedicated band of knitting nannas,



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