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Pacific climate activists to premiere documentary exposing Australian coal and gas extraction

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WHAT: The film screening of ‘Walanbaa Ngiiyani | Stronger Together’ - a powerful 35-minute documentary on the disastrous impacts of coal and gas extraction on communities around Australia and the Pacific.

The film follows a motley crew of Pacific Climate Warriors, Gomeroi First Nations Custodians and Australian school students as they come together in northwest New South Wales to visit the ancient lands and waters of the Gomeroi people.

Together, as they confront the damaging impacts of mega coal mines and gas wells, they see that in the fight for climate justice, we are "walanbaa ngiiyani" - stronger together.

WHERE: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, McCoy Cct, Acton ACT 2601, Australia. Register to attend here.

WHEN: Wednesday, 8 May 2024 at 6:00PM - 9:00PM.

Documentary trailer available here.

Photo assets will be available after the event.


Contact details:

Drue Slatter
drue.slatter@350.org
+818075299441

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