SAVE THE BLUE MOUNTAINS WORLD HERITAGE FROM THE DEVELOPER’S DAM

State government plans to raise the Warragamba dam drown World Heritage-listed wilderness areas.

Raising the Warragamba dam wall by 14 metres would drown 4,700 hectares of Blue Mountains National Parks and 65kms of wild rivers upstream from the raised dam wall.

If you don’t want magnificent wild places drowned in silt-laden dam water, take action today.

Sign here now, and tell the NSW government to drop its dam plan.

The Blue Mountains National Park that would be inundated is World Heritage listed.
It’s home to the nationally threatened Camden White Gum, and the critically endangered Regent honeyeater, both of which are likely to become extinct if the flooding goes ahead.

The raising of the dam wall is a developer-driven move that will make it easier to build on flood-prone areas in Western Sydney – against the wishes of local communities.

There’s a state election scheduled for March 2019 and the Berejiklian government needs to win all the favour it can.

So please, add your name to the petition today. Tell the Premier you GIVE A DAM about protecting World Heritage wilderness.

Will you sign?

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SAVE THE BLUE MOUNTAINS WORLD HERITAGE FROM THE DEVELOPER’S DAM

State government plans to raise the Warragamba dam drown World Heritage-listed wilderness areas.

Raising the Warragamba dam wall by 14 metres would drown 4,700 hectares of Blue Mountains National Parks and 65kms of wild rivers upstream from the raised dam wall.

If you don’t want magnificent wild places drowned in silt-laden dam water, take action today.

Sign here now, and tell the NSW government to drop its dam plan.

The Blue Mountains National Park that would be inundated is World Heritage listed.
It’s home to the nationally threatened Camden White Gum, and the critically endangered Regent honeyeater, both of which are likely to become extinct if the flooding goes ahead.

The raising of the dam wall is a developer-driven move that will make it easier to build on flood-prone areas in Western Sydney – against the wishes of local communities.

There’s a state election scheduled for March 2019 and the Berejiklian government needs to win all the favour it can.

So please, add your name to the petition today. Tell the Premier you GIVE A DAM about protecting World Heritage wilderness.