The NSW Government is rewriting land clearing laws and the news isn’t good for biodiversity and communities across the State, including Western Sydney. With the Government’s draft legislation due for public release in March 2016, join us to learn more about the Government’s proposed changes and be empowered to make your voice heard.
This event is organised by the Total Environment Centre and Nature Conservation Council for NSW, in collaboration with the Blacktown and District Environment Group, as part of a series of events across Sydney.
What: Baird’s War on Trees: Time for Action! (Western Sydney meeting)
When: Wednesday 10 February 2016, 6.30-8.30pm
Where: Community Room, Level 4, Westpoint Shopping Centre, Blacktown
Directions: The Community Room is located off the Level 4 open car park which is best accessed from Alpha Street at the roundabout and up the ramp. There is 3hr free parking in this car park. For those travelling by train, enter Westpoint Shopping Centre near the railway station, take the escalator to Level 4 (where the theatres and restaurants are), turn right after the elevator, head west down the steps or ramp past the games shop, proceed to the end of the gallery and turn left. The Community Room is about twenty metres further on.
RSVPs: By 08/02/2016
For further information about the NSW Biodiversity Review, go to:http://www.nature.org.au/campaigns/nature-laws/
For further information about this meeting, email Corinne Fisher – firstname.lastname@example.org