The NT Government's giveaway of 40 billion litres of water per year for 30 years to a private company will have a devastating impact on native plants, animals, sacred sites and drinking water will be disastrous. Represented by the Environmental Defenders Office, ALEC is campaigning to stop the Singleton Station water licence on legal grounds.
Come along for this 90s cult-classic film night during Water Week and help raise vital funds for the campaign to protect Central Australia's most precious resource.
Tank girl dress-ups encouraged!
- $20 will cover the cost of the licence to screen the film
- Donations above $20 will support ALEC's campaign to STOP SINGLETON
Tank Girl is set in the post-apocalyptic Australian outback, with the world’s dwindling water supply controlled by the dastardly Kesslee. It follows the antihero Tank Girl as she fights "Water & Power", an oppressive corporation led by Kesslee.