We demand a sustainable Climate Action Policy from the Australian Federal Government

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Climate Change is THE defining issue of our lifetime; for both we Humans and our Planet Earth.

We are already committed to worldwide changes to our Climate. The severity of Climate Change we endure will depend on how we act now, in this Australian Federal election. We can all make a difference!

“This is a collective action problem, this isn’t an individual behaviour problem”

“We need to change a system; we need to change an economic system and we need to change a political system”

Professor Emeritus, Will Steffen, Australian National University.

View our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Unnnnc9F70 

But what can I do?

1)    View our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Unnnnc9F70 

2)    Sign our petition with a click and pass it on to those you care for.

3)    Consider next voting preferences. Compare the parties: www.acg.org.au

4)   Too young to vote? www.schoolstrike4climate.com www.fridaysforfuture.org

We can all do something about Climate Change!

Get the facts: www.climate.nasa.gov

Get active: www.greens.org.au 

Find out who to vote for: www.acf.org.au

More facts: www.climatecouncil.org.au 

Start a petition: www.change.org

Share and show this video with anyone who will watch.

Have a 'Catastrophe' party! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Unnnnc9F70

Join our school strikers: www.schoolstrike4climate.com  And take to the streets.

Even more facts: www.science2017.globalchange.gov

Share 'Catastrophe' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Unnnnc9F70

Talk to your local butcher, hairdresser, workmates and your neighbours about Climate Change. Take a stand.

Join a movement. Volunteer with a Climate responsible political party.

Lobby your local political representative about their Climate policy.

“Like Indie, I’m worried about our future and our generation; and everybody else’s generation. We’re all kind of moving away from the big issue in our world and we’re not noticing what’s happening………and I feel very concerned about that”

Matilda age 9