The #everydayclimatecrisis Visual Petition What kind of images can I submit? 1: Images that illustrate the effects of climate change in your town or region. Think, drought, floods, bushfires, mono-cultures, pollution, mining, unsustainable agriculture, urban development…. 2: Images illustrating HOPE like beautiful landscapes, seascapes, native flora and fauna, First Nations practices and education, renewables, restoration, regeneration,… Continue reading Updates
Women Rising. Why Women? Why Now? Tuesday 30 November 2021, 10am – 4.30pm (online) Register here The National Congress of Women is an initiative of the Women’s Climate Congress to lead a women’s movement for collaborative action on climate change. Over several online events and a face-to-face conference in 2022, the National Congress of Women… Continue reading National Congress
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Instagram: @lynnettes_photos These images were captured during the drought of January, 2020, during the bushfire crisis. Just up from my home, what is normally a green bushy haven for birds, waterbirds and the occasional kangaroo became a brown desert; the dam water fully evaporated, leaving only a muddy sludge for this lone swamp hen.
On behalf of Women Photographers Australia, I am very excited to collaborate with the Women’s Climate Congress with our first arts advocacy project The #everydayclimatecrisis Visual Petition. The Congress was to be a 3 day event in Canberra and because or various lockdowns, it will be a one day online event in November 2021. To… Continue reading Women’s Climate Congress
Protecting Us, Harming Nature. Fernanda Pedroso
Moulded, extruded or pressed, these enervated plastics are an augury of debris that chronicles a greater manifestation of perilous environmental inaction and overconsumption. Megan Kennedy