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It’s time we started talking to our community about the real problems with gas


If you would like to join us in talking to our community about gas on Saturday mornings, please complete the form at the bottom of the page.

The government is pushing new gas as a solution for exports and economy, but fossil fuelled climate damage is accelerating, and we have good affordable alternatives for energy right now, or just round the corner.

Our Prime Minister is banking on a ‘gas-fired recovery’ but more gas will hurt our health, harm our climate and bring few jobs or any revenue to Australia.

More about why gas is bad for our health and our climate

Many people understand that coal is a fossil fuel that produces greenhouse gasses causing climate change when burned. The impact of extracting, liquifying for export and burning natural gas is less well understood in our community. 

Burning gas is bad for our health right now. The government plans for massive gas expansion could supercharge our climate crisis, further threatening a safe, clean sustainable future.

What is so frustrating is that it doesn’t have to be this way.

We have the solutions, they just need to be scaled and implemented.

We need to tell our community the truth about gas

If you have a couple hours on Saturday mornings we would love you to join us in a shopping area near you – please express your interest in the form below or call Lynn Frankes on 0425 843 685


Join the fight against gas- Victorian and National campaigns
We don't need more gas - Gas facts blog
Gas-fired recovery, a road to nowhere with Tony Wood an Bruce Mountain Lighter Footprints blog

Five reasons why gas is already becoming superseded from our blog on gas impacts and campaigning:

Where should Australia be headed?

We have the technology to move away from coal – it’s renewables and storage with improved grids

We have the technology to move away from gas – it’s electrification (heat pumps) and development of green hydrogen

We have the technology to move away from oil – it’s a move to electric vehicles and green hydrogen for heavy transport

Renewables will increase our energy self sufficiency and help us avoid carbon tariffs as the world pivots away from fossil fuels

Australia can be a renewable energy superpower –  exporting electrons, green hydrogen and clean manufactured goods


Nine reasons to move past gas

Check our gas facts in a nutshell blog here:

Cam Walker on Victoria's Gas Campaigns Guest Blog
Clean electric homes Interactive guide pdf
Step up and join us in community action

Talking to our community is part of the solution 

One on one conversations are the most effective way to bring people along the spectrum of concern about climate change. These conversations will have the added bonus of helping to make climate change the number one issue in Kooyong in the lead up to the Federal election. 

In May the International Energy Agency reported that there can be no new fossil fuel projects if the world is to reach net zero by 2050 and yet the Morrison government is pushing ahead with government support to open up massive new gas fields – Santos in Narrabri, Origin in the Beetaloo Basin and the Woodside / BHP off-shore Scarborough project are all massive carbon bombs. This is a certain kind of madness and we need to call it out! 

Let’s get the truth out there! 

Starting in mid-July we will be having stalls in shopping centres around Boroondara talking to people about gas. 

Do you have a free Saturday morning to join us?

 We will be handing out information on how to transition your home off gas, as well as gathering names for campaigning and asking people to sign up as a first step with a petition to Treasurer Frydenberg opposing the gas fired recovery.

Community action, telling the community the truth about gas

Will you join us in telling our community the truth about gas? 

Never been on a street stall before? We will pair you with an experienced volunteer just to give you a guiding hand. We will be volunteering with our friends from the Kooyong Climate Change Alliance.