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Celebration of Geelong Council’s new environment strategy – 28 October 2014
Petition of 1,180 voices against fracking – 14 October 2014
Public information meeting in Geelong – 18 September 2014
Moriac goes gasfield free – 14 September 2014
On Sunday 14 September, the communities of Moriac, Mount Moriac, Paraparap and Freshwater Creek – just to the west of Geelong – declared themselves ‘gasfield free’. They were joined by politicians from all the major parties for taking this important stand.
Fracking dangers highlighted at council meeting on 22 July 2014
Caption / description: On 15 February 2014, Frack Free Geelong members literally put their bodies on the line, marking out the edge of the PEP163 gas exploration license in the heart of Highton to get the City of Greater Geelong’s attention.
More than two dozen anti-fracking protesters lined up from the corner of Barabool Road and Marcus Street, Highton, to demonstrate with hazard tape the exploration license’s proximity to schools and homes.
Photo credit: Photographs by Mik Aidt
Caption / description: At Geelong’s waterfront a group of concerned citizens joined the ‘Global Frackdown’ campaign in October 2013 to demand that the current moratorium on fracking in Victoria is strengthened into an outright ban on all types of fracking. Photo credit: Photograph by Mik Aidt
Image caption / description: Public meeting in Geelong on 12 December 2013 – about fracking and health
Photo credit: Photograph by Mik Aidt
Image caption / description: Anthony Gleeson, spokesperson for Frack Free Geelong