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About Us

We are a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy and education organisation focused on accelerating solutions to climate change through democracy. We work towards the adoption of fair, effective, and sustainable solutions that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions as well as drive the transition towards a clean energy future for Australia Read more…

 

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Our Core Values

We are non-partisan – our organisation is open to all who are serious about climate change. We listen, we work to find common values, and we take the most generous approach to other people as possible: appreciation, gratitude, and respect. Our aim is to build consensus — that’s what will bring enduring change. Read more…

 

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What We Do

As a community of volunteers across Australia we get active, involved and take effective action. We write to, meet and talk with politicians, the public, business leaders, community leaders and the media to advocate for climate solutions. We use our voices to be heard. This simple act transforms us from spectators to engaged citizens, and reveals the true nature of democracy to us. Read more…

 

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Our Climate Solution

We are focused on what we see as the single most impactful solution to climate change: Australian Climate Dividend, a carbon pricing scheme designed under a carbon fee and dividend model. It will fairly and effectively accelerate emissions reductions, implementation of clean energy technologies as well as stimulate economic growth. Read more…

 

CCL with Ms Alicia Payne MP

Member for Canberra

CCL with Dr Kerryn Phelps

Candidate for Wentworth

Climate-Smart Recovery

Climate-Smart Recovery

Re-building the economy after COVID-19 presents great opportunities to ‘build back better’ with investment in clean energy projects.

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Building the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition

Building the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition

Carbon pricing is a powerful tool for emissions reduction and therefore we are aiming to build more support through the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC).

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Building the Centre

Building the Centre

An end to the climate wars and a revival of the political centre in our parliament is essential if we are to adopt climate and energy policies capable of surviving changes of government.

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We offer different levels of involvement, from just dipping your feet in to full on engagement, action and volunteering.

If you are passionate about preventing the climate catastrophe, we want you on our team! Sign up now to join Citizens’ Climate Lobby Australia as a member and volunteer and start taking action today. Click here…

Introduction to Citizens’ Climate Lobby Australia

Australian Climate Dividend

 

CCL Australia’s key legislative proposal and the primary climate solution we lobby for is Australian Climate Dividend, a carbon pricing scheme designed under a carbon fee and dividend model. It will fairly and effectively accelerate emissions reductions, implementation of clean energy technologies as well as stimulate economic growth. 

It places a fee on the amount of carbon dioxide equivalents emitted by businesses or industry, in particular the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas. The entire net revenue collected would be returned directly to every citizen through monthly ‘dividend’ payments.

There are several benefits to this approach compared to other carbon pricing schemes. More info…

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CCL with Hon Angus Taylor MP

Member for Hume, Liberal Party

CCL with Hon Mia Davies MLA

Member for Central Wheatbelt, Nationals Party

 

MP for Warringah, Zali Steggall, has developed a climate change bill to be put forward to parliament. The Act would ensure Australia has a clear and positive national response to the challenges of climate change.

It will ensure that Australia has:

  • A Net Zero emissions target by 2050, getting there through emissions reduction plans and emissions budgets, and establish a process to review the Net Zero target every 5 years as things change
  • Risk assessments and adaptation plans, so that the different parts of our continent and economy know the risks of climate change and can prepare for them
  • Technology readiness assessment, so that we know the existing and emerging ways we can reduce emissions, with the least risk and cost.
  • An independent advisory commission (IAC), that can advise the Government, transparently and independently, on our national needs and plans.

Click here for more info and to sign up to show your support for the bill.