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Climate 'Die-in' - What Happened?

February 03, 2022

On Monday 31 January a group of passionate and diverse healthcare workers gathered outside AGL’s office yesterday to take action - an amazing feat on its own considering the demands placed on healthcare workers right now....

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Media Release: Climate Die-in of Healthcare Workers

January 31, 2022

Healthcare workers stage die-in at AGL office to protest pollution (Melbourne) January 31, 2022 Gippsland health professionals have travelled to Melbourne this morning to join a theatrical health protest outside AGL’s head office to call...

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2021: In Reflection

December 16, 2021

2021 was a rollercoaster year once again and despite the numerous challenges, such as extended lockdown restrictions, we gained significant momentum in many of our campaigns thanks to the dedication of our supporters in...

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Exposed: Coal power station 'falling apart'

December 06, 2021

Fairfax Media released an investigation over the weekend exposing a litany of failures at one of AGL’s coal-burning power stations [1]. The investigation was prompted by our Freedom of Information request which uncovered an...

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Air Pollution Woes

November 17, 2021

Australia falls short Did you know that coal-burning power stations in Australia are allowed to emit more air pollution than those in China, the United States or Europe? Unlike in Australia, countries in those...

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AGL Feels the Heat!

September 29, 2021

It has been a huge few weeks in our campaign to pressure Australia's largest polluter, AGL, to protect our health and our climate. The actions and support of healthcare professionals, students and community members...

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AGL Campaign Update

July 21, 2021

Momentum continues to build around the campaign to get Australia's biggest climate polluter, AGL, to replace its coal-burning power stations with renewables by 2030. Large health organisations along with hundreds of healthcare workers have...

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