Climate Refugees or Climate Migrants?

Climate Refugees or Climate Migrants?

By Mij Tanith, XRSA member and Safe Harbour Coordinator When I was asked to write an article on climate refugees, I thought “Oh, rising sea levels. Small, low-lying Pacific islands. What a perfect fit between my long-term support for refugees and my XR activism.” But...
How to engage mainstream Australia

How to engage mainstream Australia

Many have expressed their sense of disappointment at the recent re-election of the Morrison government. However, we may be overlooking the opportunity this result presents to a movement like Extinction Rebellion.  It is important to emphasise that we are an...
May Newsletter

May Newsletter

Hello rebels, With the Federal Election over, it is clear that our demands need to be heard and acted upon. A big thank you to everyone who was out there supporting a vote for climate! The time for petitions and gentle persuasion has passed, and for Extinction...
‘We’ll all be rooned’ said Hanrahan

‘We’ll all be rooned’ said Hanrahan

Hanrahan’s gloomy predictions were funny in their day, when first penned by bush poet John O’Brien. Today… not so much. They have a scary ring of truth to them. In fact we’re pretty much ‘rooned’ already. Not yet, but I fear it is close. I want...
April Newsletter

April Newsletter

April 15 – International Rebellion In SA the International Rebellion began with a bang, with three TV stations reporting on our successful occupation of the House of Assembly, and impromptu citizen’s assembly, testifying to the impact of global warming and...
New blog series: Rebel voices

New blog series: Rebel voices

WE VALUE REFLECTING AND LEARNING “We don’t know how things will change so we are willing to experiment and learn from what we do. Through ongoing questioning, reflection and learning about what has worked elsewhere we will improve what we do and not get stuck in...