New Zealand's first Oil Free Future Summit
- $320.00 donated
- 10 generous donors
The riskiest phase of deep sea drilling by the company directly responsible for the Gulf of Mexico 2010 catastrophe, in the most hostile co
Specifically, in Dunedin over January, at New Zealand's first Oil Free Future Summit. We need venues, catering, accommodation, travel subsidies, and so much more!
Your donation directly helps stop Deep Sea Drilling by enabling New Zealand people to hear experts on why and how they can stop this.
We warmly invite willing sponsors to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The riskiest phase of deep sea drilling by the same company directly responsible for the Gulf of Mexico 2010 catastrophe, in the most hostile conditions they've ever attempted is due to occur in Otago waters in February 2014. Your donation is enabling New Zealander's (specifically Otagans), to take action to stop deep sea oil drilling off our coast. We warmly invite willing sponsors, and or interested boat owners to get in contact with us over email.
Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Oil Free Otago.
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