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Woodside out of Fringe

Tuesday 10th December / presented by Tom Reynolds

The Perth Fringe Festival has rapidly become an iconic part of our summers - with around 40% of us attending this year’s festival alone. While hundreds of thousands have enjoyed balmy nights at Fringe World, those summer temperatures are only going to increase with climate change. This is, in part, attributable to corporate sponsors like Chevron and Woodside; raising the ire of some artists and community members who are concerned by this relationship between Fringe and some of WA’s biggest greenhouse polluters.

Noemie Huttner-Koros and Petro Vouris, representatives from the group Woodside with the Climatejoin Tom on The Mag. 

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