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Anti-Fracking Action – Email Campaign to Australian Policymakers Supporting a Fracking Moratorium in Australia

GTFO Australia has created an email that you can sign and send to key government officials and policymakers to let them know that you support a moratorium on Fracking in Australia until safety testing and appropriate regulations have been put in place which will protect water quality, air quality, and human health.

Do you have to be a citizen of Australia to participate in this anti-Fracking e-mail campaign?

NO! Fracking is a global threat which justifies a global response. The mammoth corporations behind the fracking industry will steamroll over splintered protest groups unless the global anti-Fracking protestors support each other and create a united front. No matter where you are in the world, you can send this protest letter to Australian government officials. You can also add a comment below to share your local anti-Fracking actions so that the anti-Fracking citizens of Australia can support you!

How to Support Australians in Getting a Moratorium on New Fracking Operations

Simply click the link below and ADD YOUR NAME, CITY, AND COUNTRY TO THE BOTTOM OF THE FORM. You can also customize the note in any way that you’d like. Your message in its entirety will be delivered to each of these Australian government officials below.

>> Click here to send a Fracking Moratorium letter to all of the Australian officials listed below >>


You can change any of the wording in the e-mail and add anything you’d like to the message.
PLEASE ADD YOUR NAME, CITY, AND COUNTRY TO THE BOTTOM OF THE E-MAIL.

Your e-mail will automatically be delivered to all of these Australian officials:

Honourable Norman Moore BA DipEd JP MLC
Minister for Mines and Petroleum; Fisheries; Electoral Affairs

Honourable Bill Marmion BE MBA MLA
Minister for Environment; Water

Phillip Glyde, Deputy Secretary
Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences

Michael Harris, Chief Economist
Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences

Paul Morris, Executive Director
Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences

Dr. Kim Ritman
Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences

Honourable Colin Barnett, MEc MLA
Premiere; Minister for State Development

Honourable Kim Hames MB BS JP MLA
Ceputy Premier; Minister for Health; Tourism

Honourable Brendon Grylls
Minister for Regional Development; Lands; Minister Assisting the Minister for State Department

Honourable Simon O’Brien MLC
Minister for Finance; Commerce; Small Business

Honourable John Day, BSc BDSc MLA
Minister for Planning; culture and the Arts; Science and Innovation

Honourable Peter Collier, BA DipEd MLC
Minister for Education; Energy; Indigenous Affairs

Honourable Robyn McSweeney, BA, JP, MLC
Minister for Child Protection; Community Services; Seniors and Volunteering; Women’s Interests; Youth

Honourable John Castrilli MLA
Minister for Local Government; Heritage; Citizenship and Multicultural Interests

Honourable Terry Redman MLA
Minister for Agriculture an Food; Forestry; Housing

Honourable Michael Mischin LLB (Hons) BJuris (Hons) MLC
Attorney General

Kim Taylor
General Manager, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority

Dr. Paul Vogel, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Chairman

Colin Murray, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Director of Strategic Support

Anthony Sutton, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Director of Assessment and Compliance

Darren Foster, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Director of Strategic Policy and Planning

Mark Jefferies, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Mining and Industrial Assessments

Ian Munro, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Compliance

Darren Foster, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Director of Strategic Policy and Planning

Naomi Arrowsmith, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Strategic Policy

Bridget Hyder, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Terrestrial Ecosystems

Gretta Lee, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Principal Legal Advisor

Neal Page, Office of the Environmental Protection Authority
Information Services

Shane Love, Western Australia Nationals Party
Candidate

Chris Wilkins, Western Australia Liberal Party
Candidate

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