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Mud no obstacle for angels’ fear of tread




CLIMATE Guardian Angels brave the less than firm seabed at Crib Point in protest against AGL’s proposed gas import terminal (main picture), while police speak with an anti-angel protester before leading him away (below left) and a photographer directs an angel for publicity (below right). Pictures: Gary Sissons

THE Climate Guardian Angels were out on the mudflats at Crib Point on Monday (22 February) to highlight what an “environmental travesty” power company AGL’s gas import terminal would be for Western Port.

The “performance collective” believes its direct action can “communicate important and sensitive information in non-threatening and yet enormously effective ways”.

The “angels” have been around…

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