Poster

The Great 21st Century Energy Challenge

BCCAN members, supporters and the wider community may be interested to attend a seminar on energy futures given by Dr Matthew Ives, research scientist at the University of Oxford, and his father Mike Ives, an expert in energy infrastructure.   We have the opportunity to hear from these two experts because they are the brother…

Farewell, sounds of silence

By Tracy Sorensen Last Saturday I watched as a group of residents from Napoleon Reef tied strips of red, white, blue, black and yellow fabric to old gum trees. It was an exquisite sunny winter day that brought out the colours lifting in the gentle breeze.  They were there to say goodbye to the mature…

Rare white wallaroo of Mt Pan dies

The following is a media release sent to BCCAN on Friday 5/8/16. The white wallaroos of Mt Panorama were a feature of our 2015 “200 Plants and Animals” exhibition. Pic is a mounted photograph by Tim Bergen as it appeared in the exhibition.  The Bathurst Kangaroo Project has confirmed one of Bathurst’s rare albino wallaroos…

Gardens of Stone Exhibition, UTS, Sydney

Gardens of Stone: In Focus Photographic Exhibition Weekend of 17 – 18 September 2016 Opens Saturday 10AM, closes Sunday 2PM  FREE Award ceremony and refreshments from Saturday 2PM The New Law Building, University of Sydney In 2015, groups of professional and non-professional photographers crossed the Blue Mountains on various expeditions into the rugged landscapes of the Gardens of Stone. An area…

Wild storms give a picture of the future

By Tracey Carpenter BCCAN is part of a nationwide network of people engaged on the frontline of climate impacts and the push for action to make our communities safe from extreme weather. Mid north coast climate action group, CCA, president Harry Creamer had this to say about the horrifying east coast storms this week. “Every…