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MEDIA ALERT: Bushfire survivors to hold Parliament House press conference

Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action < 1 mins read

September 7, 2023


Members of Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action (BSCA) will hold a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra this morning.


They have travelled from New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria to raise the alarm on the serious risk of climate-fueled bushfires ahead of a likely El Nino summer.



Serena Joyner, CEO BSCA

Jo Dodds, President BSCA

Barry Trail, BSCA member and volunteer firefighter


When: 9am, Thursday September 9, 2023

Where: Senate Courtyard, Parliament House


BSCA is a non-partisan community organisation, and is meeting with politicians from across the political spectrum to call for a pause on new coal and gas projects and approvals (including expansions) until the Government’s promised environmental reforms are in place including the renewed EPBC Act and the establishment of the federal EPA. 


For enquiries please contact Serena Joyner 0417 211 203

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