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Time to get a sign and sign that submission....
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Does your No Drilling sign need replacing?
Or is it time for you to get one?
 
In the Summer of 2013 a huge number of signs opposing deep sea drilling were put up on fences all around the region. However that was a while ago now and we've noticed that some have been taken down, or need replacing.
 
If you need a new sign we are very happy to get you one.
We have a car replacing signs around Wellington this Sunday.
 
Please email us at oilfreewellington@gmail.com if you need a new sign, or you can find us at your local fair (we'll be at the Kilbirnie, Newtown and Aro fairs).

 

Help the climate and our friends in Taranaki

Please take one minute right now to make a submission against a further 35 years of drilling off the Taranaki coast: http://climatejusticetaranaki.info/stos-offshore-drilling-say-no/

We are raising our voices in opposition to the marine consent application by Shell Todd Oil Services (STOS) for further drilling on the Māui platforms off the Taranaki coast. If granted, the consent would enable Shell-Todd to drill 22 new side-tracked wells and continue gas extraction and production for another 35 years. This is not our future! Instead of drilling for more fossil fuels, we need to take action on climate change right now, reduce our energy consumption and move to renewable energy and a just and sustainable future. Please take a minute to make a submission and become a defender of the dolphins, whales, our coastlines and climate. Climate Justice Now!

Please use the form on our website [http://climatejusticetaranaki.info/stos-offshore-drilling-say-no/] to make a submission. Your submission will go directly to the Environmental Protection Authority and also to Shell-Todd (which is a legal requirement). Submissions close at 5pm on 24th February 2015.
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