Break Free Newcastle
Environmental Science and Ecology • 2m 44s
On the day the 2016 Australian election was called more than 2,000 people shut down the world’s largest coal port for a day. Kayakers blocked the Newcastle harbour entrance while others blocked a critical rail crossing. These protests were part of a global movement of people standing up to say no to fossil fuels and highlighting the unfolding climate crisis.
Director & Producer: Mark Doyle
2016 | 3 min
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