The Grose Valley

2015 State Election - Conservation Society Events

Society's Wollangambe Meeting - 17 August 2014 "Society's Wollangambe Meeting - 17 August 2014"
Over the course of our Vote for the Environment campaign, the Society has held two events -

These events highlighted both the issues and the candidates, and were public meetings.

Both events were videoed by Gary Caganoff (Lysis Films).

NB: Liberal candidate and local member, Roza Sage, did not attend either event.

Meet the Candidates - 1st March 2015   -   Mid Mountains Community Centre, Lawson

The meeting was divided into three parts -

Greens Candidate - Alandra Tasire

Alandra Tasire's talk

Alandra Tasire's actions

Alandra Tasire
Labor Candidate - Trish Doyle

Trish Doyle's talk

Trish Doyle's actions

Trish Doyle

Topics Covered (time location in video) -
  * Raising Warragamba Dam and Nepean Flood Plain  (0:00)
  * Coal: Phase-out of coal mining  (3:39)
  * Renewables and Jobs Generated  (11:24)
  * Where to in 40 to 50 years?  (14:29)
  * Hanging Swamps  (19:32)
  * CSG  (22:25)
  * Badgerys Creek Airport  (26:40)
  * That coal should be no more  (31:53)
  * Local Environment Plan - LEP  (33:48)
  * Party Preferences  (37:20)
Audience Q & A - Audience Q & A video
Audience Q&A

The State of the State - an environmental perspective - 15th October 2014   -   The Hut

Kate SmolskiKate Smolski's speech

Guest speaker was Kate Smolski, the CEO Nature Conservation Council.

Candidates for Blue Mountains from the three major parties were invited.

Roza Sage, Member for Blue Mountains and Liberal candidate could not attend.

Trish Doyle (Labor) and Alandra Tasire (Greens) attended and spoke. They both then participated in a Q&A session.

Videos of Trish Doyle, Alandra Tasire and the Q&A session are below.

videos by Gary Caganoff (Lysis Films)    -    still images by Paul Vale

Trish DoyleTrish Doyle's speech
Alandra TasireAlandra Tasire's speech
Alandra Tasire & Trish Doyle Q&A

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2023 NSW State Election material is authorised by Madi Maclean,
Blue Mountains Conservation Society Inc, 92 Fletcher St., Wentworth Falls NSW 2782
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land
– the Darug and Gundungurra people –
and pay respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.