Hey ScoMo, isn’t it about time you came to the table?

This time I'm sending two letter to the Australian Prime Minister, I'm not sure either will be read or responded to but I know the first will be discarded promptly (politicians don't take too kindly to impoliteness), the second one may have a chance. You can write to Scott Morrison here. Hey ScoMo, It’s me… Continue reading Hey ScoMo, isn’t it about time you came to the table?

Dear Member of Parliament (again)

Climate change is such a colossal issue it needs to be addressed from every angle, including by our governments. Your member of parliament is your voice in the federal government. You find out who that person is here by typing in your postcode. In Australia we are lucky enough to live in a democracy. Our… Continue reading Dear Member of Parliament (again)

Gas Audit and Popping My Protest Cherry

The Morrison government's 'Gas-fired Recovery' is a complete shitshow. Here we are on the brink of species and environmental collapse and we're talking about injecting time, money and effort into fossil fuels. On the Prime Minister's website, Scott Morrison states, “we’ll work with industry to deliver a gas hub for Australia that will ensure households… Continue reading Gas Audit and Popping My Protest Cherry

Reading Audit – Books, Glorious Books

For me, life isn't quite whole unless I have a book on the go. Starting way back with Dear Zoo, progressing on to Goosebumps and anything by Paul Jennings or John Marsden. These days it's preferably something fiction with an unanticipated plot twist although, it wouldn't be unusual to see anything from self help to… Continue reading Reading Audit – Books, Glorious Books

Putting a Stop to Australia’s Extinction Crisis

I've been screening unsolicited calls from an unknown charity for a while now. I got caught on the hop a few weeks back when the call came through from an unknown mobile. When I answered, it was a charity I currently donate to and swiftly told them I was too busy to talk and fobbed… Continue reading Putting a Stop to Australia’s Extinction Crisis