Here are a selection of links to key anti-coal videos. Please share them as widely as you can:
Videos from the Ka Nui! Enough! Conference
Check out this short intro video from conference participants, and the video of Drew Hutton giving his Lock the Gate presentation – find out how to stop the minders, frackers and drillers going onto your land.
In April 2012, John Key thought it was a good idea to open the Wellington head office of Australian coalminers Bathurst Resources. 230 anti-coal activists gathered to tell him it wasn’t: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDeGRxI2FG4 (thanks to Mike Smith)
This is Denniston, the remarkable place that Bathurst Resources wants to rip apart: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0TGvAK7RpA (thanks to Forest & Bird)
Jeanette Fitzsimons explains why we must stop Solid Energy being privatised: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXEZgh-l1uk (thanks to Auckland Coal Action)
Coalmining companies have ruined rural Queensland – just like Solid Energy wants to ruin rural Southland by mining lignite there. This is what “Anzac Day in Acland” looks like now: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyTvqeiipgE
Solid Energy’s pilot briquetting plant in Southland uses technology from American company GTL Energy – the same technology used at GTL Energy’s plant in South Heart, North Dakota. Find out the effect that this plant has had on South Heart: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKJa5qeB1fY
Funny But Serious
Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement – Corporate Tool of the 1%: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SOokUdKYcM&hd=1
The TPPA will result in a race to the bottom over environmental legislation, and could allow international firms to sue a future NZ Government that tried to bring in tougher rules on climate and the environment.
Get Clean Coal Clean – it harnesses the awesome power of the word “clean”! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFJVbdiMgfM
The Flat Earth Society have finally found some allies in their quest to turn back the clock to the Dark Ages – in the form of the climate change deniers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qruRwy09-wo
Facing Up To The Future
At the 2012 Forest and Bird Annual Conference, a series of speakers were asked what they thought we should do to face up to the future – including CANA’s own Tarsh Turner at 2:11.
Full video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2YtRcictBQ
Australian farmer Sid Plant gave a powerful presentation to the Keep the Coal in the Hole Summer Festival about the impact of open-cast coalmining on Queensland in general and his community of Acland in particular. Here he is, being interviewed on The Farming Show: http://t.co/ZJXoq4PQ