Three weeks before the NSW election, the environment leaders from parties across the political spectrum are going to present their plan to solve the problems facing nature in our state.
They will making their pledges at Sydney Town Hall in the biggest event for nature in the lead up to the election.
This will be a key moment where undecided voters, candidates and parties across NSW, and the media, will be paying close attention.
The event will begin with a Welcome to Country from Wiradjuri Gadigal Elder Aunty Joan Bell.
Then, we will hear from the Environment Minister James Griffin, Shadow Environment Minister Penny Sharpe, and Greens Environment Spokesperson Sue Higginson. After, Nick O’Malley will facilitate a Q+A session.
RSVP to witness the defining debate of environment leaders at Sydney Town Hall
What: NSW Environment Leaders Forum
When: 5:30pm for 6pm, Wednesday 1st March
Where: Lower Town Hall, Sydney Town Hall (access via Druitt Street)
RSVP: RSVPs essential – limited seats available
After the forum, all will be invited to stay for drinks and nibbles.
Can we count on you to show up with your friends and family on March 1st?
RSVPs essential – there are limited seats available.
This event is wheelchair accessible and there is onsite mobility parking available. Unfortunately it will no longer be Auslan interpreted due to a last minute cancellation. If you require, there will be captions for the online stream - RSVP for that here.
This event will be held on the lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. Sovereignty was never ceded.
If you would like to volunteer to help at the event, please fill out this form and specify in the notes.