4 ways to join the #fightforthebight

Monday, Nov 18, 2019

Norweigan oil-giant Equinor’s plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight have just been knocked back for a second time. In a statement released on November 11th, Australia’s offshore oil and gas authority NOPSEMA cited concerns with Equinor’s Environment Plan, giving Equinor 21 days to provide more detailed information.


Now - more than ever - is the time to keep the pressure on Equinor to ensure Big Oil stays out of the Bight. Here's how you can join the #Fightforthebight today!

Let Equinor know that their oil rigs aren't welcome in the Bight not now, and not ever. 

Equinor has publicly stated that “if we are not wanted here, we will not push through resistance.” For the protection of the Bight, send Equinor an email today

Engage your community in the #Fightforthebight by organising a screening on Jeedara.

The Sea Shepherd documentary Jeedara tells the story of our campaign by the same name that saw the M/Y Steve Irwin sail into the heart of the Great Australian Bight to document the beauty of the region and showcase what we would all stand to lose should risky deep-sea oil drilling go ahead. Watch the trailer 

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Help promote the #fightforthebight and let your friends know that you're against oil drilling in the Great Australian Bight by sharing Sea Shepherd Australia's post on social media


Did you know that 85% of Great Australian Bight marine life is found nowhere else on earth? 

Help defend the marine wildlife of the Great Australian Bight by joining our Direct Action Crew and pledging a monthly donation.

Your ongoing support as part of our Direct Action Crew is the most effective way to help us with our long-term campaign goals in protecting the Bight. 

Since 2016, we’ve forced oil-giants BP and Chevron to abandon their risky plans to drill for oil in the Bight and as a proud member of the Great Australian Bight Alliance, we will keep fighting until marine life in the Bight is protected for good. Join us today.

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