It seems like there is a never eneding suppy of awesome stuff going down at the co-op lately!
Tomorrow night from 5pm help send the wildly fantastic anu delegation to the rio+20 UN sustainable development conference and save the world!
you will also get delicious soup, hear some delightful music from canberra’s best and fill your noggin with knowledge of great import
Australian Atomic Confessions reveals the story of Australia’s nuclear legacy – the 12 British atomic bomb tests in Australia in the 1950s and 60s, the nuclear fallout that covered the country and ongoing threat to land and people. With eyewitness accounts from Australian servicemen who were involved and from Indigenous Elders who are custodians of the land where uranium is found who talk about its cultural significance.
Presentation on renewable energy and climate change by Dr James Prest, lecturer in Environmental Law at the ANU College of Law.
Music!!! Provided by the wonderful…
6:30pm Drew Walky, whose dulcet tones and fantabulous guitar bangin’ will leave you hangin’
7:15pm Hashemoto…. beautiful harmonies and drag (well, haul) around an upright to piano to gigs. need i say more???
Soup!! Not sure what it’s going to be yet, but watch this space. Definitely something delicious and nutritious, full of love and probably some kind of green, beans and/or root vegetables.
where the food coop shop (on Kingsley Street, off Barry Drive, at the ANU campus, opposite Drill Hall Gallery)
when 5pm for 5:15 start (doco screening)
followed by 6pm presentation by James Prest
6:30 food and music
how cover charge is what you think it should be ($15 would be spectacular!)
why cause we’re great
we will also have an ingenious SUGGESTIONS BOX where you can put your most inventive thoughts on what you think the delegation should be investigating in rio and then sharing via our blog.