I became heavily involved in climate activism when my local community at Gloucester Worimi/ Biripi Country was beset upon by the coal and gas industry.
This was a real eye opener for me on how everything works to clear a path for industry to capture and then destroy communities both socially and environmentally. This experience informed my decision to become a member of the activist group The Knitting Nannas.
I am currently involved in growing a transition group in Gloucester and I work at a preschool where we are also transitioning to a more ecologically and socially sustainable community.
Last but certainly not least I am a wildlife carer looking after orphaned animals with fur.