Monthly Archives: May 2014

Making Way for a Coal and Gas Free Future

On the 17th May, Pachamama House hosted the Greens Climate Justice Workshop: Making Way for a Coal and Gas Free Future. We were joined by a number of MPs who led an open space approach to policy and campaign planning

Making Way for a Coal and Gas Free Future

On the 17th May, Pachamama House hosted the Greens Climate Justice Workshop: Making Way for a Coal and Gas Free Future. We were joined by a number of MPs who led an open space approach to policy and campaign planning

Join Wilderness Campaigner Naomi Hogan for an AMA

Meet Naomi, the Wilderness Society’s incredible Fossil Fuels campaigner and resident of Pachamama House, who uncovered the fact that Santos’ CSG operations contaminated the groundwater in the #Pilliga, in North West NSW. She is holding an ‘ASK ME ANYTHING’ over

Join Wilderness Campaigner Naomi Hogan for an AMA

Meet Naomi, the Wilderness Society’s incredible Fossil Fuels campaigner and resident of Pachamama House, who uncovered the fact that Santos’ CSG operations contaminated the groundwater in the #Pilliga, in North West NSW. She is holding an ‘ASK ME ANYTHING’ over

Launch of the Honeysuckle Community Gardens

Come and help us celebrate the launch of the Honeysuckle NSW Community Gardens project this Saturday May 17th at 4pm

Launch of the Honeysuckle Community Gardens

Come and help us celebrate the launch of the Honeysuckle NSW Community Gardens project this Saturday May 17th at 4pm

Mural Designs for Pachamama

There’s been a flurry of activity in the last few weeks, as artist Jess Coughlin and the co-ordinating team at Octapod have been putting together mural designs for the Pachamama House reboot. The latest idea has been to try a

Mural Designs for Pachamama

There’s been a flurry of activity in the last few weeks, as artist Jess Coughlin and the co-ordinating team at Octapod have been putting together mural designs for the Pachamama House reboot. The latest idea has been to try a