Dr Bob Brown, former leader of the Australian Greens, is heading to Mullumbimby and Kingscliff on Saturday 29 June to share stories of hope and inspiration.
Bob Brown will be speaking with Greens NSW Senate candidate, Cate Faehrmann at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall on Saturday 29 June from 3pm till 5pm. He will be sharing stories of life in federal politics, his views on the coming federal election and his exciting new work as Chairperson of the Bob Brown Foundation.
He will also be speaking at Kingscliff Hall 12.30-1.30pm to support the federal election campaign of Richmond Greens candidate Dawn Walker.
Since retiring from the Senate last year, Bob has set up the Bob Brown Foundation to work on environmental issues around the country. He assisted in the successful campaign against the world’s biggest gas factory at James Price Point and worked with Sea Shepherd to take the Steve Irwin to the Kimberley Coast for the whale season. This whale tour drew national and international attention and contributed directly to saving James Price Point.
The Foundation is now campaigning to save the Tarkine Forest, the Great Barrier Reef and the Antarctic whales.