Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Grandmother-Gabi-Duigu-at-CEDA-action--Sydney-27MZIFJWJ5C80.htmlConceptually similarGrandmother Gabi Duigu at CEDA action, SydneyGP0STT1BKCompleted★★★★★Grandmother Gabi Duigu at CEDA action, SydneyGP0STT1C2Completed★★★★Ban the Bag Petition Action in New South WalesGP0STQYIJCompleted★★★★CEDA Action in SydneyGP0STT1B1Completed★★★★CEDA Action in SydneyGP0STT1B9Completed★★★★CEDA Action in SydneyGP0STT1B4Completed★★★★★CEDA Action in SydneyGP0STT1B5Completed★★★★CEDA Action in SydneyGP0STT1B2Completed★★★★CEDA Action in SydneyGP0STT1AUCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STT1BDGrandmother Gabi Duigu at CEDA action, Sydney76 year-old grandmother Gabi Duigi from Cammeray takes part in a protest urging NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian to kick coal for clean energy after eight years of inaction.Gaby later confronted Premier Berejiklian as she took the stage inside the CEDA economic forum. “I wanted to send a message to the Premier because the climate is in crisis. Gladys Berejiklian and her government have had eight years to deal with the problem and have done nothing,” Gabi Duigu said. “There’s only one month to go until the New South Wales election and the Liberals and Gladys Berejiklian, still haven’t come up with a plan to replace our ageing and increasingly unreliable coal power stations with clean, modern sources of energy."Locations:Australia-Oceania-SydneyDate:22 Feb, 2019Credit:© GreenpeaceMaximum size:1200px X 1600pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Day-Elderly-Eye contact-Grandmothers-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-One person-Outdoors-Signs-Trees-WomenShoot:CEDA Action in SydneyGreenpeace activists place an inflatable coal stack during an action in front of the venue where the Committee for Economic Development Australia (CEDA) is meeting.