An incredible movement of action and support for our environment, wildlife, and communities has helped deliver one of the most dramatic changes in leadership our State has ever seen.
Whether it was standing up for the Beeliar Wetlands, taking action to prevent gas fracking in our aquifers and farmland, supporting renewable energy and climate action, speaking out against uranium mining on Aboriginal land, or acting on another issue - we all united in a common vision of a better future.
As a community, we worked together to achieve the impossible. And we will continue to be the strong and growing voice that the new State Government listens to, and keep working to secure the changes that will protect WA for generations to come.
Because even now, four Aboriginal communities in the Pilbara and Goldfields could see their sacred lands turned into radioactive wastelands, and farming communities in the Mid West could have their livelihoods destroyed by fracking. And unless we strengthen our environmental laws - our water, air, and environment are still vulnerable across the State.