Climate Changers Movie

Luna Cinema 3.30pm 17th September 2023 Acclaimed scientist, Tim Flannery, searches for the missing ingredient in our fight against climate change – that is leadership. 

The Australian Conservation Council  – No more fossil fuel subsidies

Our governments have spent over $40 billion supporting the continued expansion of the fossil fuel industry through subsidies and tax breaks – and that’s a conservative estimate – since the Black Summer fires of 2019-2020. Our governments cannot keep funding the industries that are most responsible for climate damage and for putting our communities and wildlife at risk.

Email Change Climate Minister Bowen.

Choice – Sign the petition for fair and affordable insurance – in a climate crisis

Insurance is essential in helping people and communities recover and rebuild when disaster strikes. As climate change increases the frequency and severity of extreme weather events like bushfires, floods, storms and cyclones, nobody should be left without insurance or unsure if their home is covered. New CHOICE research has found that two in five home and contents policyholders have been impacted by an extreme weather event (including bush fires) in the past five years, but the insurance market is failing to cover the risks of these events fairly and affordably. Sign the petition –

Eastern Hills Branch of Wildflower Society “The effect of Prescribed Burning on Native Vegetation Communities”

A/Prof Philip Zylstra, Curtin University  Friday 22nd September, Doors open 7.00pm for 7.30pm start  Octagonal Hall, 52, McGlew Rd., Glen Forrest

With prescribed burning regimes, several questions arise, regarding its usefulness as a wildfire control measure, and whether it is ecologically sustainable to preserve the natural community – flora and fauna. Opinions differ on these and many other points. Prof Zylstra and his students have been investigating many aspects of this management technique, leading to some very interesting conclusions. Anyone who has had anything to do with fire in bushland needs to come and hear this.

City of Kalamunda – Waste Education Pop Up

22 September 2023, 10:00am -2:00pm

The City of Kalamunda will push ahead with plans to implement for residents a Food Organic and Garden Organic (FOGO) kerbside collection and processing in 2024.  Their Waste Education and Community Engagement team will be popping up at Hawaiian’s Forrestfield, to answer any questions you may have on waste and recycling and the incoming FOGO (Food Organics / Green Organics) system.

For more info – see’s-forrestfield-22-Sep

Shire of Mundaring – Six Seasons Newsletter

This fabulous Shire of Mundaring  newsletter includes information, updates, upcoming events and inspiration for environmental sustainability initiatives within the shire. To register to join the mailing list, email 

City of Swan – Thinking Green

Thinking Green aims to inspire participants to change their lifestyle in order to improve their well-being and be kinder to the environment.  To see upcoming events and workshops,  go to:

The next Thinking Green free film night will be in Bullsbrook – The Lorex and The Black Cockatoo Crisis, 4pm – 8pm 29th September.  Sausage sizzle.  For more information and to register go to –