Western Australians know we should be taking greater action on climate change.
But the biggest polluters are not who we think they are, and our governments have been letting them off the hook.
Pollution from gas mining in WA is heating the planet, and more than 25% of our state’s total pollution comes from just one foreign-owned company.
Gas companies make huge profits and pay minimal tax. But there are no limits on how much they can pollute.
If companies like Chevron & Woodside had to invest some of their profits in climate solutions, we would see new jobs and business opportunities, and a healthier climate.
WA’s biggest polluter, Chevron, is now under review by the State’s Environmental Protection Authority.
But the EPA can’t act on their own.
Send a message asking the WA Government to hold WA’s biggest polluters to account.
Your messages will be delivered to the EPA, Premier Mark McGowan, and Environment Minister Stephen Dawson.