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  • amanda lavis
    commented 2019-06-21 10:42:56 +1000
    I am a supporter and volunteer with the give-a-dam foundation, and I am really happy that you have spearheaded a parliamentary enquiry into this terrible project. (the proposed raising of the warangamba dam wall by ‘14…no 17..we haven’t decided yet’ meters). As a long time bushwalker I know the beautiful Kowmung river system that will be affected by the inundation that will result. I question the purported benefits of this billion dollar project. At best it could ameliorate floods, even the supporters of the project are not pretending it could prevent them. I have written to Stuart Ayres and his office replied that they are getting advice from the insurance council of Australia. When I wrote to them about their vested interests, and how they intended to insure new developments on the floodplain against flooding, they were guarded. What we are seeing is short-term thinking on this project, a model that prioritises development (both jobs and property), by people who will not themselves assume the long term risks of the 80 year flood, but will benefit enormously (personally, financially) in the short term, and at the expense of one of our last remaining wilderness areas. An enquiry is needed. Respect the floodplain!
  • Sonia Bennett
    commented 2019-06-21 09:32:27 +1000
    Good to hear you this morning talking about the dam. Its such a dumb thing to do. We must not let them do that. They lie all the time to us. I live in western Sydney and another big issue out here is this ghastly airport the mugs want to build at Badgerys creek. Another damn stupid idea. Worst of all the bastards wont tell us about flight paths and have said this bastard will go 24/7 NO CURFEW. I want to swear a lot more but I wont. We need support, we need people like yourself to speak out more. We sre still keeping up the rage. NoBca is the western Sydney group and RAWSA is the Blue mountains group. Check them out on facebook, etc. not one word was mentioned about this airport during the elections. The Greens are against it but say nothing and need to speak up more. Gladys and her band of bandits are a disgrace. Labour is finished. Sonia Bennett singer/songwriter/botanical artist.
  • Glen Astley
    commented 2019-04-05 23:19:22 +1100
    I am writing to express my anger at Justin Field for committing an act of treachery against The Greens and their supporters. I voted for The Greens not an independent..I support worker’s rights, human rights, social issues as well as environmental and ecological issues.I feel as if people like me have been disenfranchised by a selfish dilettante.

    Justin Field ought to quit the NSW Legislative Council now. You deserve nothing but the utmost contempt for your betrayal.
  • max shirsavar
    commented 2018-12-04 15:22:25 +1100

    I would like to know if Mr. Field would like to support a crowd funding solar power plant initiative?

    Crowd funding Solar power plants can stop climate change, increase people’s disposable income and help grow the economy at the same time.

    A crowd funded solar power plant allows Australian households to invest their own money to generate their own clean electricity, in a cooperatively owned Solar power plant. Thus reducing CO2 emissions and stopping people from paying coal burning energy companies thousands of dollars in electricity bills.

    The feasibility of a crowd funded solar power plant is as follows:

    The average Australian household uses about 30 kilowatts of electricity per day, the average cost of electricity is $0.30 per kilowatt.

    30kw*$0.30 = $9.00 per day * 365 days = about $3200 is paid towards electricity bills by one household in a year.

    The cost of building a 100 megawatt solar power plant is about $100 million, which can power about 31,000 homes.

    $100 mil ÷ 31000 homes = about $3200 investment is needed to provide electricity to power one household.

    A solar power plant typically works for about 25 years, meaning that if a household invested about one year’s worth of what they normally pay towards electricity bills to generate their own electricity, they would not have to pay anymore electricity bills for about 24 years! This means households can save about $3200*24years = $76000 on electricity bills, that’s a %2500 return on investment or about one year of a person’s life that is spent working just to pay for electricity.

    I look forward to your feedback,
  • Stewart Leicht
    commented 2018-09-03 22:50:32 +1000
    Im a scuba diver a fisherman a spear fisher an environmentalist and I’m amazed that as a member of the public I can no longer post on any of your posts or photos? I thought this was a democratic society with a voice for all??? Free speech is one of the foundations of our community. Great to see that you are not open to opinions differing from yours what is that called again ?? Totalitarian? You’ve marginalised thousands of average Australians with your perverse sense of environmental justice. Focus on some real issues.
  • George Kalithrakas
    commented 2018-09-01 11:28:40 +1000
    Justin, you can block all you like, i understand some nasty comments get thrown around but i have seen alot of concern with reputable comments getting blocked and deleted on your FB page also. Your a public servant just like a bus driver working for state transit.

    Screen shots have been taken and sent all over media outlets.

    Including your mate Alan and Ray, prepare for a field day next week.

    Tight lines mate.
  • Joachim Garrick
    published this page in About 2018-02-27 12:55:31 +1100

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