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December 2018

January 18, 2019
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On the last day of 2018, we would like to thank you for everything you've worked for this year. Thank you for believing in a better world, and for donating and taking action to help make it a reality.

On the last day of 2018, we would like to thank you for everything you've worked for this year. Thank you for believing in a better world, and for donating and taking action to help make it a reality.

This year, our community celebrated the protection of Point Peron and the Little Penguins, the one year anniversary of saving Beeliar Wetlands, and the introduction of the plastic bag ban. You also took part in some of the biggest and most colourful environmental actions that the WA Government has ever seen!

Of course we can expect to have some challenging times in 2019, but our movement is bigger, stronger, and more creative than ever - and together we can achieve amazing things for nature, communities, and the climate.

Congratulations on everything you've achieved in 2018. Here's your year in photos!

We can't wait to see what we can achieve together in 2019, and are so grateful to have you in our community!

Thanks for all that you do, and have a great break.

See you next year!

Sarah and the team at CCWA

P.S. If you're keen to connect in the meantime, you can check out these great community eco events!


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Our team acknowledges that we meet and work on the land of the Nyoongar people. We pay respect to their Elders - past, present, and future - and acknowledge the important role all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to play in advancing a more sustainable Western Australia.

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