Submission for Review of Native Vegetation Act

Submission for Review of Native Vegetation Act

The XRSA Political Strategy Circle has made the following submission to the Natural Resources Committee of the South Australian Parliament as part of their review of the Native Vegetation Act 1991. We are in the middle of an ecological crisis due to climate change,...
XRSA Submission for Senate Inquiry into Media Diversity in Australia

XRSA Submission for Senate Inquiry into Media Diversity in Australia

The XRSA Political Strategy Circle has made a submission to the Senate Inquiry into media diversity in Australia. Extinction Rebellion is a non-partisan international movement that uses non-violent direct action to demand that governments act on the Climate and...
Extinctions in our neighbourhood – Tales from the Flinders Ranges

Extinctions in our neighbourhood – Tales from the Flinders Ranges

The United Nations report released on 7 May 2019 estimates that a mind-boggling one million species of animals worldwide face immediate risk of extinction due to human actions. This is approximately 12% of all known species. How does this actually look at a regional...
International Rebellion

International Rebellion

The International Rebellion has begun! Across the world, activists are making their moves, and stepping away from fear and hopelessness. By taking action together, in well-organised peaceful civil resistance, we intend to compel governments to take action on the...
Declaring rebellion

Declaring rebellion

On Friday 22nd March, Extinction Rebellion South Australia started the ball rolling, with our first action in Adelaide (our Southern group has already been leading the way with their actions). This was not an arrestable action, but a deeply symbolic one, explaining...
Revitalising democracy

Revitalising democracy

This blogpost explains Extinction Rebellion’s third demand, which flags a future where every citizen feels like their contribution can be meaningful. These demands require mobilisation of similar size and scope to those enacted in times of war. We do not, however,...