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Join the movement to bring down WA’s gas pollution for a safe climate future! 


Climate change is threatening our way of life in WA, yet our state’s emissions are continuing to rise because of increasing pollution from the gas industry. 
 
WA is in the grips of an emissions crisis, fuelled by pollution from the production of gas for export. 

Fossil fuel corporations are proposing new gas projects all over our beautiful state, from Woodside’s highly controversial Scarborough and Browse projects in the heart of the Pilbara, to multiple plans for fracking in the Kimberley wilderness. 

Stopping gas expansion in WA is the most effective way we can collectively address climate change in the place that we love and want to protect. 
 
Tackling WA’s emissions crisis is a huge opportunity for us to make a meaningful contribution to the global effort to tackle climate change, whilst building local community power.  

Use your voice to help shape WA’s Greenhouse Gas policy! 

Right now, there is a unique opportunity to help shape WA’s greenhouse gas policy, which will impact how all existing and proposed fossil fuel projects are assessed into the future. 
 
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has opened its draft Greenhouse Gas Guideline to public consultation until Wednesday 21 September 2022. 
 
This is your chance to influence this important policy and have your say on how the WA Government should act on climate pollution. 
 
Here’s how you can get involved:

1. Download our handy guide to make a submission - COMING SOON

2. Attend our free, online 'Intro to WA Gas' event on Wednesday 24 August to learn how you can take action
 
3. Sign up for one of our Submission Writing workshops: 

4. Join our wonderful team of volunteers! 

 

Take Action!

Will you commit to making a submission to the EPA, calling for stronger climate action in WA? We'll send you all you need to take action.