Petrol Production and Exploration Conference
Oil / gas conference NOT welcome
Sun 14 May 11am-12noon & 1-2pm
Mon 15 May 8.30-10am
Vincent St Reserve, Sir Donald Bradman Dr
RSVP https:// actionnetwork.org/ events/airport- welcome-not- welcome
You’re invited to greet oil and gas industry members arriving from all over the world for the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) Conference. They’ll celebrate their eye-watering profits, make deals, peddle spin and lies, and plot to produce and sell even more oil and gas, fuelling the climate crisis.
Please help to tell them they are not welcome and they are wrecking the planet for us, our children and grandchildren.
Join in for one, two, or all three fun and easy Banner Display events along Sir Donald Bradman Drive, the road from the airport. We start on Mother’s Day and mums, dads, grandparents and kids are especially welcome.
Joining us will be the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change, Fossil Free Adelaide Uni, ScientistRebellion & more!
Meet at the Vincent Street Reserve (corner of Vincent St and Sir Donald Bradman Dr). Park on nearby Vincent St, Mulga St or Richard St.
Buses #163, J1(A), J2(G), J7, J8 (stops 7 & 8).
Sun 14/5: two 1-hr long events, snack & chat break in between
Meet 10.45 am for 11 – 12
Meet 12.45 for 1 - 2
Mon 15/5: Also a great time to catch peak hour/schools traﬃc. Meet 8.15 for 8.30 – 10.00
Please share this event with friends & register your attendance so we can provide enough banners andplacards.
This is a peaceful and non- disruptive demonstration.
The United Nations has called for a halt on all expansion of the oil and gas industry. Yet the oil and gascorporations are out of control. So let’s call them out and send them home: it’s time to wind back their operations and repair the damage.
We invite all climate-active groups and individuals to bring their own climate messages on banners and placards if they wish. Come stand up and speak up with us for a healthy and sustainable
We are XRSA and we meet on the unceded lands of the Kaurna People. Thanks Chris Leboutillier on Unsplash for image