Award & Film Screening 'Coal - is it worth it?'

Film Event 5 April 2017 6pm NSW Parliament

Climate Champion Award & Film Screening 'Coal - is it worth it?'

When: 5 April at 18:00–21:00

Where: The Theatrette, Parliament of NSW, 6 Macquarie Street, Sydney, Australia 2000

Tickets: $40 use the facebook link below.

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‘Coal - is it worth it?' is a new documentary by veteran filmmaker John Davis who tragically died in a helicopter crash while trying to expose damage caused by the Shenhua coal mine. His family and friends completed the film in his memory.

The film exposes the environmental damage wrought by coal mines and asks us…is it worth it?

This special Parliamentary screening of the film will be followed by the presentation of the inaugural 'Climate Champion' award.

Fossil Fuels Day

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens organised another April Fools' Day event to highlight the foolhardiness of fossil fuel use. The 3-hour event at Hornsby Station attended by members and supporters collected more than 500 signatures demanding that the NSW ad Australian government pursue clean energy.  Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens Convenor, Emma Heyde, said, "Clean energy is the way of the future - for the economy and for jobs."
 

 

 

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens at Hornsby Mall on International Women's Day

Our hard-working Greens were at Hornsby Mall on International Women's Day highlighting the issue of affordable housing.


Emma Heyde at Hornsby Mall

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens Convenor, Emma Heyde, said of Hornsby Shire Council, "It's notorious for its radical pro-development agenda and bullying in meetings. On this 106th International Women’s Day, I would like to highlight the contribution of the single female councillor on Hornsby.

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens Remembers Dr. John Kaye

Dr John Kaye
Dr John Kaye

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens members were supplied with tube-stock trees to be planted in memory Dr. John Kaye. John was tireless campaigner for the Greens and a frequent visitor to Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens meetings and events. John has supported every one of our local candidates as member of the NSW Legislative Council.

John Kaye earned a  Bachelor of Engineering and a Masters in Engineering Science at the University of Melbourne, and worked as an engineer for the State Electricity Commission of Victoria.

Kaye earned a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. He was then a postdoctoral fellow at the Australian National University, and later an academic in electrical engineering at the University of New South Wales where he specialised in sustainable energy and greenhouse issues.

John was in office from 24 March 2007 until his death on 2 May 2016.

Members urged to remember Dr John Kaye with tree plantings
Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens Members to plant trees in Dr John Kaye's memory

Adrian Jones meets supporters at Roseville Cinema Fund-raiser

Film-going supporters at Roseville Cinema
Film-going supporters at Roseville Cinema

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens
17 April 2016

After the film
Adrian talks about the film

Adrian Jones, Greens candidate for Bradfield, met supporters at Roseville Cinema after watching the environmental film, "Elemental".

Mr. Jones reflected on the themes developed in the film and how these themes paralleled the enormous environmental challenges we face in Australia. Mr. Jones said that voters felt relieved when Turnbull replaced Abbott but were very quickly disappointed when Turnbull backed away from action on climate change and gave up his stance on marriage equality. Mr. Jones condemned the Turnbull government's support for coal mining and CSG extraction.

Hornsby Council's Budget: a “gift” to Transurban and M7 Westlink

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens
14 April 2016

The Greens and others within the municipality, can't see why a single council needs to bear one-third of the cost of any part of a state and national road infrastructure project. Just because the tunnel entrance happens to be in Hornsby. This geographic fact, should not mean that Hornsby is to be responsible for the negative impacts of the construction project. The payment for the disposal of tunnel spoil within the Hornsby area is a case in point.

Greens call for urgent action on affordable housing


Emma Heyde says such developments
only benefit the rich

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens

8 April

Greens call for urgent action on affordable housing

Greens candidate for Berowra, Emma Heyde, has called on governments to act on creating affordable housing in the Berowra electorate.

Ms Heyde said, “There is a myth that more development solves the problem of people on average incomes not being able to afford housing close to where they work.

“We’ve seen massive apartment developments go up – but prices are going up just as fast.

“Why aren’t the Liberal governments at local, state and federal level in the Hornsby area working cooperatively to address the fact that people like teachers, nurses, police and small business owners often can’t afford to live near where they work?

“Wages increased by 2.3% in Sydney last year. House prices increased by 22.9%.

“People in suburbs that have seen massive growth in property prices like Dural and Pennant Hills worry that even while they’ve enjoyed big gains, their own kids can’t afford to live anywhere near them.

Fund-raising film afternoon for Adrian Jones - Candidate for Bradfield

Please join us for our Greens for Bradfield fund-raising film afternoon - Sunday 17 April 2:00 pm
Bring your friends and family.  There's plenty of catering and no need to RSVP. (You can still RSVP right up to the film if you want to.)

Tickets are $20 and afternoon tea and gift bags! (Please bring cash to help us pay the theatre on the day).

Sunday, 17 April, 2016

Film Starts at 2 pm
Afternoon tea and gathering after the film

Roseville Cinemas

 

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Emma Heyde Campaign Launch for Supporters

Supporters Launch
Adrian Jones, Emma Heyde, Lee Rhiannon, David Shoebridge
and room full of supporters.

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens, and Ryde Epping Greens members and supporters gathered for an autumn breakfast to launch Emma Heyde's Greens for Berowra campaign. Emma welcomed Lee Rhiannon and David Shoebridge and shared a sumptuous breakfast. Emma, Lee and David spoke to the gathered crowd on the importance of the Greens campaign in forthcoming election, Mehreen Faruqi sent her apologies and sent her best wishes. Adrian Jones, Greens candidate for Bradfield, also offered his support for Emma's campaign, We are ready to support Emma's and Adrian's campaigns.

"Why fight so hard for the bluest of blue-ribbon seats? Why challenge when the Liberal party think they can simply write the next man's name on the ballot paper and have him enjoy the safest of safe seats for as long as he chooses?

"It's because people have seen through the Liberal agenda, which is to outsource, to privatise, and to sell off.

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