You're invited to our Public Information Evening on the Impacts of Renewable Energy Developments on Wilderness and Wildlife.

This is a free event . Cocktail snacks, canapes and refreshments are provided.

When: Thursday 4 November 2021, 5.45pm - 9pm

Where: Pullman Cairns International

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Are green energy renewable developments destroying the precious habitat they're supposed to be saving?

Large scale wind and solar farms are rapidly increasing across our country. Already we are seeing habitats of threatened species being cleared at Kaban FNQ, and we're concerned at what's to come.

Join us for an educational evening as we share the impacts of large scale renewable wind and solar projects upon our wilderness and farmlands.

  • Hear about our campaign to Keep Chalumbin Wild. Chalumbin is a 78,000 acre parcel of land near Ravenshoe currently slated to be developed into a wind farm containing 95 turbines.
  • Learn about the importance of preserving delicate ecosystems to conserve flora and fauna, the water cycle and the biodiversity it supports.
  • Find out about the principles of syntropic farming and regenerative agriculture.
  • Become informed about future industrial energy development plans and what you can do about them.

Although tickets to this event are free, we would be thankful if you could give a donation towards our work preserving wilderness.

All welcome.

Event brought to you by Rainforest Reserves Australia.