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Permanent People's Tribunal 

In May there is going to be an international tribunal about fracking and human rights.  This is of great concern in Australia, and at least one of the case studies will be from Australia.    Mercy International Association is a sponsor of the submissions pertaining to this case.    In the lead up to the tribunal there is a weekly lecture series  coming out of Oregon State University.   Please give this your close attention.  The links are as follows:

About the Permanent Peoples’Tribunal, 14-18 May
Bedrock lectures in the lead up to the tribunal
Australian  Tribunal

Other Resources will be posted on the Earth Link Facebook page as they are advertised. Go to

Sustainable Living

War on Waste

In the wake of the ABC series, and as part of the environmental commitment of the Sisters of Mercy, resources have been posted at 

Handy resources on Sustainability

·        This resource has been developed in Washington by the Intercommunity Peace and Justice Centre :

·        Eco-Parish Guide: The Global Catholic Climate Movement developed this resources in the USA and it may need to be adapted:

·        Ten things you can do to care for our Earth: This Parish Guide has been developed by the Uniting Church in Victoria:

Recycling Tips

These sites will facilitate your recycling: and

Links for Recycling

Check out this site for useful info and strategies: 

Although this site is from the USA it contains many helfpul suggestions   Thanks to a group of our readers for this link.

 These links are also from the USA:  and 

Ethical Consumption

The Ethical Consumer Group provides you with guides for sustainable shopping and more:

Home Composting

This guide to home composting was supplied by one of our readers. It is USA based but contains some useful information: 

 Information Guide on Green Cars

This guide was provided by one of our readers:

Purchase ecobins for home or work

You can purchase bins online at

Sustainable Seafood App

This app is a guide to purchasing seafood wisely: