Petition to Kapiti Coast District Council, Wayne Maxwell CEO, Mayor Gurunathan
Kāpiti Coast District Council: set a target to be carbon-neutral by 2025!
Climate change is existential threat and we all need to whatever we can to cut greenhouse emissions as fast as possible. It's natural to look to local government for leadership. Kāpiti Coast District Council has already cut its emissions by 75% in the last seven years - now we are calling on them to commit to going the rest of the way to net-zero emissions (carbon-neutral) by 2025. This will put Kāpiti out in front as a leader on climate change solutions once again. The Council can do this by committing to using 100% renewable electricity and pushing fossil fuels out of its operations such as swimming pools and its vehicle fleet, using technologies like heat pumps, solar panels and electric vehicles and equipment. Council's remaining emissions can be offset by growing new native forests within the district, including on its own land. These approaches will both cut emissions and bring a wide range of other benefits to our communities including reducing costs in the medium to long term. So c'mon KCDC! Give us some hope and some leadership to help us face the climate crisis! Adopt a target to be net-zero emissions as an organisation by 2025, then go out and achieve it! It's 100% necessary, 100% possible and will make our district an even better place to live! Read more background on this campaign on our website here.
Petition to The Australian Government
Commit to Fair Dinkum Power - help make our energy clean, cheap, reliable & Australian.
We believe our power can be clean, cheap, reliable and Australian. Read the Fair Dinkum Power manifesto. If you share those beliefs - that for energy to be "fair dinkum", it must be good for our wallets, good for our economy and good for our planet - pledge your support below. Thank you. (Follow us on Twitter, learn more about Australia's energy system or get some swag)
Petition to Malcolm Turnbull, Josh Frydenberg, MP, Malcolm Turnbull, MP, Senator Richard Di Natale, Bill Shorten
Add your voice to the call for action to save the Great Barrier Reef
It is time to demand action from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Minister for Environment Josh Frydenberg to save the Great Barrier Reef! Our planet is in crisis. We know the cost of industrialised society and are reminded of this by the pollution we are surrounded by, and live in. Australia is a harsh land, a land of extremes, and we pay the price for our lifestyle as these extremes become exacerbated in bushfire, flood. In 2016 this cost has been brought home by the widespread bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef.It is time to ask why we continue to subsidise the fossil fuel industry while defunding renewable energy. Why do our policy makers continue to make policy that clings to the past at the cost of the future?Share this petition (http://goo.gl/aXcKTL) and add your voice to those calling for a plan to address climate change and save the Great Barrier Reef! _________________________________________________________________ To the Minister for the Environment Josh Frydenberg, and to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Know that while I address this letter to you, it is also intended for the Australian people. On the 16th of July 2016 Australia voted, with 28.07% of the population voting Liberal (42.04% for the Coalition). 23.2% of Australian voters, nearly as many as voted Liberal, gave first preference to neither Labor nor Liberal. This is not a win for the Liberal Party, and you do not have a mandate. After counting preferences, the Liberal Party now represents all of Australia. Rather than a mandate, the party has a responsibility and accountability to the Australian land, its inhabitants, its people and its future. Despite significant work, successive Australian Governments have failed in this responsibility in many ways. One of the most significant is the failure to address the continuing threat of environmental harm and climate change. In 2016 there has been a widespread coral bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef. The full impact of this event will not be known for some time, but already there is evidence of widespread mortality. This reef is not only a sparkling jewel in Australia’s crown, not only a tourism destination, but an ecosystem. A breeding ground and a feeding ground. When it dies, it will not be the loss of a tourist attraction or jewel, but local environmental collapse. On the 25th of June 2016 UNESCO released the ‘World Heritage and Tourism in a Changing Climate’ report. Rather than show concern, the Australian Government requested references to the Great Barrier Reef be removed citing negative effects on tourism. The Liberal government in particular has shown its concern for money over life with attempts to delist World Heritage areas, the failure to address the Indigenous Health Gap, the continued inhumane treatment of refugees, abuse of children in detention and the continued support for coal mining despite the World Banks rejection of coal. Whenever climate change is discussed, economic concerns and doubts are raised. It is true, transitioning from a paradigm driven by consumption, to a sustainable moderate paradigm, will be difficult. The alternative to change is increasing levels of pollution, and increase in number and severity of bushfires, floods and extreme weather events; continued mass extinctions, and eventual ecological collapse. You, Prime Minister Turnbull, and you, Minister Frydenberg, are failing Australia every day you fail to address this, and Australians are silent accomplice to environmental destruction and to mass extinction every day we allow this to continue. In 2015 Australia signed the Paris Agreement, setting a goal of limiting climate change to an average increase below 2 degrees Celsius. This goal, and Australia’s failure to take appropriate action to meet it, means that coral bleaching events will continue and increase. The recent decision to reduce the cuts to CSIRO funding, and returned focus on climate science is promising. It remains to be seen whether this is a return to the prior trajectory which has resulted in so little societal change, or if it is in fact the beginning of serious action on this key issue. This is an opportunity to demonstrate to the world, that the Australian Liberal Government does not lay blame to predecessors but rather seeks out real time solutions and delivers measured outcomes. Unfortunately the recent trend to defund regulators such as the Climate Commission and detractors such as the ABC, coupled with the continued focus on profit leads me to believe that the Great Barrier Reef will likely be dead within our lifetimes. I feel that the aforementioned failures are due in part to the cloistering of our politicians, and so I challenge you Minister Frydenberg and Prime Minister Turnbull, not to fly over this calamity in a helicopter as Minister Hunt did, but to swim the waters of Lizard Island and some of the worst affected areas. Choose some of the loudest voices calling for action on climate change and coral bleaching, and allow yourself to be shown the impact of your decisions. Once you have done so, address the nation, provide evidence that the Great Barrier Reef is not under existential threat, provide a plan to save The Reef, or tell us it is time to cut our losses and accept that this cultural icon will not exist to be visited by our grandchildren. Then explain how that will affect tourism. Yours Sincerely, Matthew Bingley  ‘ABC Federal Election Results 2016’ – Australian Broadcasting Corporation (31 July 2016) http://www.abc.net.au/news/federal-election-2016/results/ ‘Coral bleaching events’ - Australian Institute of Marine Science (June 2016) http://www.aims.gov.au/docs/research/climate-change/coral-bleaching/bleaching-events.html ‘Sections of Great Barrier Reef suffering from 'complete ecosystem collapse' - Michael Slezak (21 July 2016) https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jul/21/sections-of-great-barrier-reef-suffering-from-complete-ecosystem-collapse ‘World Heritage and Tourism report shows sites at risk from climate change’ - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (26 May 2016) http://whc.unesco.org/en/news/1500 ‘Australia removed from UN world heritage climate report’ - British Broadcasting Corporation (27 May 2016) http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-36376226 ‘Submission In Response To The Senate Inquiry On The Abbot Government’s Performance On The Environment’ – Sherwin et al. (1 September 2014)http://www.aph.gov.au/DocumentStore.ashx?id=4916a67f-6e74-43c1-92d7-a5364083db5e&subId=299617 ‘UNESCO rejects Australia's bid to shrink Tasmanian World Heritage Sit’ – Leigh Dayton (25 Jun 2014) http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2014/06/unesco-rejects-australias-bid-shrink-tasmanian-world-heritage-site ‘The Link Between Primary Health Care and Health Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians’ - Department of Health (June 2008) http://www.health.gov.au/internet/publications/publishing.nsf/Content/health-oatsih-pubs-linkphc~health-oatsih-pubs-linkphc-changes~changes1 ‘UN finds Australia’s treatment of asylum seekers violates the Convention Against Torture’ – Human Rights Law Centre (9 March 2015) http://hrlc.org.au/un-finds-australias-treatment-of-asylum-seekers-violates-the-convention-against-torture/ ‘The truly shocking thing about the NT's juvenile detention abuse is how many times the alarm was raised and ignored’ – Simon Thomsen (26 July 2016) http://www.businessinsider.com.au/the-truly-shocking-thing-about-the-nts-juvenile-detention-abuse-is-how-many-times-the-alarm-was-raised-and-ignored-2016-7 ‘Your tax dollars helping the mining industry ....’ – The Australia Institutehttp://www.tai.org.au/node/476 ‘World Bank Group Sets Direction for Energy Sector Investments’ – Stephen Bachenheimer (16 July 2013) http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/feature/2013/07/16/world-bank-group-direction-for-energy-sector ‘Climate Change Could Wreck the Global Economy’ - Justin Worland (22 Oct 2015) http://time.com/4082328/climate-change-economic-impact/ ‘Exxon Is Fighting for Its Right to Deny Climate Change’ - Natalie Schreyer (01 July 2016) http://www.wired.com/2016/07/exxon-fighting-right-deny-climate-change/ ‘The Burning Issue: Climate Change and the Australian Bushfire Threat’ – Lesley Hughes (19 Nov 2015) https://www.climatecouncil.org.au/burningissuereport2015 ‘Eastern Australian flood events: a 'significant' rise in frequency, says study’ – Peter Hannam (17 June 2016) http://www.smh.com.au/environment/weather/eastern-australian-flood-events-a-significant-rise-in-frequency-says-study-20160617-gplbwi.html ‘Climate change impacts in Australia’ – Department of the Environment and Energy https://www.environment.gov.au/climate-change/climate-science/impacts ‘Australian species vulnerable to climate change’ - Catherine Cooper and Fran Dorey (26 Oct 2015) http://australianmuseum.net.au/australian-species-vulnerable-to-climate-change ‘The Paris climate agreement and implications for Australia’ – The Climate Institute (Dec 2015) http://www.climateinstitute.org.au/verve/_resources/Post-Paris-Brief-16122015.pdf ‘The Paris Agreement: Is Australia Going Far Enough?’ – Emma Brancatisano (23 Apr 2016) http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/04/22/the-paris-agreement-is-australia-going-far-enough/ ‘Environment Minister Greg Hunt orders CSIRO to refocus on ‘critical’ climate science in new strategy’ - Nick Whigham (4 Aug 2016) http://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/climate-change/environment-minister-greg-hunt-orders-csiro-to-refocus-on-critical-climate-science-in-new-strategy/news-story/c051ca49d84bfb3995689a6c9f8a26c2 ‘Australia urged to explain funding for climate contrarian’ – Matt Siegel (23 Apr 2015) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/reuters/article-3051731/Australia-urged-explain-funding-climate-contrarian.html ‘Budget cuts to hit ABC ‘Enhanced Newsgathering’ services’ - Darren Davidson (2 May 2016) http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/media/broadcast/budget-cuts-to-hit-abc-enhanced-newsgathering-services/news-story/8dee15d2fbb82c306186a6c49e32da3b ‘CSIRO cuts were about taking focus off 'public-good research', emails show’ – Michael Slezak (6 Apr 2016) https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/apr/06/csiro-climate-cuts-about-cutting-public-good-research-documents-show
Petition to Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud
Long-term plan for farming and climate change
My name is Jody Brown and I'm a grazier from Longreach in Central West QLD. I’m responsible for roughly 2000 ewes and their lambs, 550 cows and their calves, plus about 80 maiden heifers and 20 horses. There are many small challenges we face every day as graziers: a cow with calving issues, a busted water pipe, or a bull that’s jumped out of his paddock. But by far, the biggest challenge we face in the long term is damage to our climate. Climate change has already warmed the planet one degree and makes droughts like our current one longer and hotter. Our region is now in its 6th consecutive year of drought, and it’s not an isolated incident. We have been dealing with ongoing droughts of increasing severity and duration for the better part of the last two decades. That's why, along with thousands of other farmers, I’m part of Farmers for Climate Action. We’re calling for a national plan on farming and climate change. We have already seen some progress on this at the last meeting of state and federal agriculture Ministers. Now it's time to prioritise, implement and fund it. This plan will guide our federal and state governments through what they need to do to reduce emissions and help farmers manage the changes that are already predicted in a warming world. We need a plan to manage what we can't avoid, and avoid what we can't manage. The national plan on farming and climate change should include: Comprehensive research on the direct and indirect risks climate change poses to Australian agri-food systems, including risks to primary production, biosecurity, food processing, food safety, farmer health, key infrastructure, equity, animal welfare, export markets, and farm inputs; Short-, medium-, and long-term targets for adapting Aussie farming to climate change including a ‘just transition’ for regions that will no longer be viable for agriculture; Support for farmers to transition to ‘climate-smart’ agricultural practices that build resilience and reduce emissions, including funding for research, development, education, training and extension in this area; A long-term plan to promote clean energy in farming communities, including community-owned renewables projects that can provide sustainable, alternative income for farmers during drought; A strong commitment to reduce emissions across all sectors of the economy, in a way that maximises benefits to farmers and rural communities, and investigating all options for supporting farmers to capture and maintain carbon in our soils and vegetation; A commitment to stopping new coal and gas mines. Fossil fuel mines use water that we as farmers desperately need, and make climate change worse. Climate change is not a future problem. This drought is not business as usual. For farmers, climate change is here now. And our politicians need a long-term plan to deal with it, for the sake of Aussie food and farming.
Petition to Catherine King
Catherine King STOP ADANI
If you are a Ballarat resident tell Catherine King to get off the fence and STOP ADANI by signing the petition. According to the Climate Council “If the Galilee Basin were a country on its own, it would emit more than 1.3 times Australia’s current annual emissions from all sources and rank in the top 15 emitting countries in the world.” Also ‘Medical experts say lending to Adani is the same as supporting big tobacco.' This is why we must stop Adani. Catherine King is Ballarat's federal representative in Canberra. She is the Shadow Health Minister which means that she'll likely be a part of the future Labor Government, in charge of health, after the election. The health impacts of climate change are massive and well known and she would rather no one scrutinises her weak policy position. Catherine King can use her platform to criticise Adani and help change Labor's policy of allowing it to go ahead. She can use her vote to support measures to stop Adani. Before the 1983 election Bob Hawke promised that “A Labor Government will use all the powers at ours disposal to ensure that the dam is not proceeded with....” There's many ways Labor can still stop Adani like the Franklin that was already being constructed when Bob Hawkes government stopped it. Please sign the petition to put pressure on Catherine King to stop Adani. Kind Regards, Tony, on behalf of the Ballarat Climate Action Network Also join the mail list here and follow us on twitter, facebook, blog e-mail - email@example.com
Petition to Mr. Franck Bainimarama, Mr. Inia Seruiratu
Exit Coal Now!
Exit coal now ! (please scroll down for translation in French, German, Russian, Italian and Spanish) Recent studies* have shown that coal-fired power plants cause the premature death of tens of thousands of people each year in Europe, and hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Furthermore, they are the biggest single group of CO2 sources that can be PHASED OUT within a dozen years or so (12 years in Europe and North America, 24 years worldwide), since alternative sources of clean, affordable, low-carbon electric power are widely available (depending on local conditions : renewable and/or nuclear power). We, ExitCoalNow (ECN), a worldwide coalition of NGOs and citizens, hereby urge world leaders to require each country to move towards an exit from coal as an electric power source, by 2040 or earlier, and 2030 or earlier in Europe and North America. Furthermore, for the sake of public health and climate change urgency, the most advanced countries will strive to beat those deadlines and reach that goal by 2025. For more information please visit: https://exitcoalnow.weebly.com *Referenced study on coal plant damage & how to replace them quickly: - Europe’s Dark Cloud - How Coal-Burning Countries are Making their Neighbours Sick (http://awsassets.wwfffr.panda.org/downloads/dark_cloud_full_report.pdf) - La Place du Charbon en Europe (http://sauvonsleclimat.org/place-du-charbon-en-europe/) _______________________________________________________________________ TRANSLATIONS of the Petition text: – FR: Sortons du charbon maintenant! Des études récentes* ont démontré que les centrales électriques au charbon sont la cause de dizaines de milliers de morts prématurées chaque année en Europe, et de centaines de milliers dans le monde. De plus, elle sont le groupe le plus important de sources d'émissions de CO2 qui peuvent êtres arrêtées en une douzaine d'années (12 ans en Europe et Amérique du Nord, 24 ans dans le monde entier), puisque des sources alternatives d’électricité propre, peu onéreuse et bas-carbone sont largement disponibles (en fonction des conditions locales : énergies renouvelables et/ou nucléaires). Nous, ExitCoalNow (ECN), une coalition mondiale d'ONG et de citoyens, prions instamment les dirigeants du monde d'engager chaque pays vers la sortie du charbon comme source d'électricité, au moins avant 2040, et avant 2030 en Europe et Amérique du Nord. Par souci de santé publique et d'urgence climatique, les pays les plus avancés s'efforceront d'anticiper ces délais et d'atteindre cet objectif dès 2025. Pour plus d'informations, visitez https://exitcoalnow.weebly.com – ES: ¡salir del carbón ya! Estudios recientes* han demostrado que las centrales electrícas que usan carbón como combustible causan la muerte prematura de decenas de miles de personas cada año en Europa, y centenas de miles de personas en todo el mundo. Además, es el grupo más grande de fuentes de CO2 que puede eliminarse gradualmente en unos doce años (12 años en Europa y América del Norte, 24 años en todo el mundo), ya que las fuentes alternativas de energía eléctrica, limpia y asequible, de bajo carbono están ampliamente disponibles (dependiendo de las condiciones locales: energías renovables y/o nucleares). Nosotros, ExitCoalNow (ECN), una coalición mundial de organizaciones no gubernamentales y también de ciudadanos, por lo tanto instamos a los líderes mundiales de cada país a comprometerse hacia la salida del carbón como fuente de energía eléctrica, para el año 2040 o antes, y para el año 2030 o antes en Europa y América del Norte. Por el bien de la salud pública y para responder a la emergencia del cambio climático, los países más avanzados deben esforzarse por superar esos plazos y lograr ese objetivo para el año 2025. Para obtener más información, visite https://exitcoalnow.weebly.com – DE: Kohle Ausstieg jetzt! Nachhaltige Studien* haben gezeigt, dass Kohlekraftwerke vorzeitigen Tod von Zehntausenden von Menschen jedes Jahr in Europa verursachen. Sie sind für hunderttausende von Toten weltweit verantwortlich. Außerdem stellen sie die größte CO2-Quelle dar, bei der innerhalb von einem Dutzend von Jahren ein kompletter Ausstieg möglich wäre. In Europa und Amerika wäre ein Kohleausstieg nach 12 Jahren, in der ganzen Welt nach 24 Jahren durchaus realistisch. Denn es gibt alternative Quellen für einen sauberen, erschwinglichen, kohlenstoffarmen Strom. Je nach örtlichen Gegebenheiten können erneuerbare Energien und / oder Kernergietechnologien die Kohle ersetzen. Wir, ExitCoalNow (ECN), sind eine weltweite Koalition von Nichtregierungsorganisationen und Bürger. Wir setzen uns dafür ein, dass Weltmarktführer und alle Staaten sich für den Kohleausstieg engagieren. Dies sollte bis 2040 oder früher weltweit und 2030 oder früher in Europa und Nordamerika erreicht werden. Im Interesse der öffentlichen Gesundheit und des dringend zu lösenden Problems des Klimawandels sollten sich vor allem Industrieländer bemühen, dieses Ziel bis zum Jahr 2025 zu erreichen. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie bitte https://exitcoalnow.weebly.com – IT: Abbandonare il carbone ora! Recenti studi hanno dimostrato * che le centrali elettriche a carbone causano la morte prematura di decine di migliaia di persone ogni anno in Europa, e centinaia di migliaia di persone in tutto il mondo. Inoltre, esse sono il più grande singolo gruppo di fonti di CO2 che possono essere gradualmente eliminate entro una dozzina di anni o giù di lì (12 anni in Europa e Nord America, 24 anni in tutto il mondo), dal momento che fonti alternative di energia pulita con prezzi accessibili, a basse emissioni di carbonio elettrico sono ampiamente disponibili (a seconda delle condizioni locali: rinnovabile e / o energia nucleare). Noi, ExitCoalNow (ECN), una coalizione internazionale di organizzazioni non governative e dei cittadini, con la presente vogliamo sollecitare i leader mondiali nel richiedere che ogni nazione si muova verso l'uscita dal carbone come fonte di energia elettrica, entro il 2040 o anche prima, e entro il 2030 o prima in Europa e Nord America . Inoltre, per il bene della salute pubblica e per l'urgenza del cambiamento climatico, i paesi più avanzati si adopereranno per battere queste scadenze e raggiungere questo obiettivo entro il 2025. Per ulteriori informazioni, visitare https://exitcoalnow.weebly.com - RU: Срочно отказаться от угля! Согласно долгосрочным исследованиям*, сотни тысяч человек ежегодно погибают из-за электростанций, работающих на угле. Кроме того, сжигание угля приводит к максимальной эмиссии углекислого газа по сравнению со всеми остальными источниками электроэнергии. Однако, именно от этого источника энергии технически и практически можно было бы полностью отказаться. Такой процесс длился бы в Европе 12 лет, а во всём мире 24 года. Ведь есть же альтернативы энергии, которая экономически доступна и не приводит к фатальным количествам углекислого газа. В зависимости от местных предпосылок, уголь можно бы заменить возобновляемыми источниками электроэнергии или атомными технологиями. Мы, ExitCoalNow (ECN), объединяем сеть неправительственных организаций и гражданских инициатив. Мы выступаем за то, чтобы ведущие компании и все государства нашли путь отказаться от угля. Этот процесс должен быть завершён во всём мире до 2040 года, а в Европе и Северной Америка до 2030 года. В интересах здоровья людей и насущной проблемы климатических изменений необходимо, чтобы развитые страны поставили себе цель полного отказа от угля до 2025 года. Для получения дополнительной информации посетите https://exitcoalnow.weebly.com
Petition to Luke Donnellan, Luke Donnellan, Richard Wynne, Adam Bandt, Josh Frydenberg
Western Highway cheaper, safer, sooner: Go Northern!
Benefits of the Northern Option : Saves taxpayers a whopping $24-65 million dollars! Is a shorter, flatter route for drivers with less fog risk Is much faster to construct by avoiding 500,000m3 of earthworks Makes use of the existing infrastructure and carefully adds a parallel carriageway Avoids the construction of an extra bridge over a quiet side road in the path of the deviation Avoids large underground boulders and seepage areas Follows road-ecology's first rule to ‘avoid the fresh cut’ of the landscape Damages less roadside vegetation by up to 50% Protects endangered habitats and landscapes Has 75% less loss of large old trees; saves Victoria’s second largest Yellow Gum Adheres to the Mt Langi Ghiran Management Plan to protect heritage views Approving the Northern Option saves: Around 70 large old trees, including Victoria’s second largest Yellow Gum and 2 trees that are approximately 700 years old Habitat of the critically endangered Golden Sun Moth (31 hectares), the Bearded Dragon, the critically endangered Striped Legless Lizard, the rare Barking Owl, and the State listed Brush-tailed Phascogale Rare Spring ‘soak’ groundwater that maintains a large area of plants and trees Stop VicRoads from wasting taxpayer dollars and destroying our natural environment. We want VicRoads southern ‘Option 1’ checked against new information. A cheaper, less destructive route, the Northern Option has been overlooked. Richard Wynne and Luke Donnellan, we want accountability. How can this be in the public interest? About this Campaign VicRoads is planning to widen 12km of the Western Highway near Ararat, including a 5.7km deviation from the highway through hilly landscape. New data shows that using the existing route is much less destructive. VicRoads claim their procedures have been proper and thorough. We have contested this in court. The KORS case against the 2013 ‘Minister’s Assessment’ is pending in the Supreme Court. We cannot let them continue this expensive and destructive development while they continue to rely on a discredited Environmental Effects Statement. The consequence of continuing would be as major as the destruction of thousands of trees, many between 500 and 700 years old, in earlier stages of the project. Say NO to unnecessary destruction of our Country. Our local, centuries-old trees and precious wildlife are at risk of being uprooted and decimated by this construction. Possible Aboriginal heritage trees are also at risk of being destroyed forever. Applications to register these heritage trees have been lodged with Aboriginal Affairs Victoria. In light of the evidence, VicRoads have: Fallen short of the standards and intention of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (1999) and Victoria’s Native Vegetation Management: a Framework for Action (2002) Not used the full scope available to reduce the impact of road design and building methods Not used taxpayers money carefully Please join us for social, cultural and environmental justice by adding your signature and sharing this petition to raise awareness. You can also find more information about the campaign at www.fixfreewayfiasco.org Together we can make a difference.
Petition to The Australian Government
Take Action Against Climate Change For The Future of Australia
(School Work) Recently Australia has been performing well in health and viewing education as extremely important, providing good education, but education is not going to stop climate change in anyway since the country has been ranked as the worst performing country in the world on climate change and has the highest per person pollution carbon polluter.Climate change is affecting sea level, our animals and food and temperatures of our areas.Climate change will affect the future of Australia and the next generation .People are already taking action such as student walking out school on a strike, sacrificing their education to protest about climate change because they knew their futures, wealth and environment are endangered if no one else is taking action.