What’s a Citizens’ Assembly and how could it help solve the Climate Wars? Read more and join the CCL Australia Monthly Meeting here.

In the US, Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle are introducing competing bills that aim to put a tax on carbon. Read more here. Listen to a recent UNSW Australian carbon tax and energy conversation here (Greg Combet, Martin Green, Trevor St Baker and Rosemary Sinclair)

Retired CSIRO research scientist, Dr Dennys Angove, unpacks the science behind climate change as part of Lake Macquarie City Council’s Let’s Talk: Planning for Future Flood Risks event at Swansea. Watch here.

Respectful, generous, factual conversations with parliamentarians about climate change matter more than ever and can play a role in big changes of heart. Learn how with CCL. Scroll down to view the program.

Local regional community meetings and discussions about the impact and mitigation of climate change are essential. CCL events are usually free of charge, open to all and held right around Australia. Email CCL at to find out more. Click here to register for the Southern Highlands event.

Letters to the editor are a vitally important aspect of public outreach on climate change. Learn how to get yours published – join us on a Zoom call Tuesday 6th August from 7.30 PM and Thursday 15th from 8PM. Email CCL at to find out more.


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Connect with advocates and citizen lobbyists on Twitter and Facebook;Watch for email updates from CCL’s USA and Internationalle teams – great things are happening everywhere; Check CCL Australia and updates are making it into your email inbox; Meet the team here and our volunteers here;Connect to the world through online training at Citizens’ Climate Education (CCE Global); to connect to CCL Australia training – reach us at

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