December 15, 2020Read more
Written by Tom Hunt, CCL Board Member from the Federal electorate of Whitlam NSW Official figures show our emissions are going down – but can you tell where we are heading? Graph c/o Quarterly Update of Australia’s National Greenhouse Gas Inventory: June 2020 Late last month, the...
November 18, 2020Read more
A huge thank you to these and all the volunteers who supported our National Conference! Record breaking National Conference 2020 Doing things on zoom was a bit tricky at first, when Covid forced us away from face-to-face but we seem to be getting the hang of it if our...
October 13, 2020Read more
Was the budget good enough, or are you Ready to lobby? Thanks to people like you, speaking up about the climate crisis, and thanks to recent events proving the science, our Australian governments have come a long way in the last year. State and local governments especially. But that...
September 16, 2020Read more
Do our leaders really know the right direction to take on climate? We’re here to help them make better decisions. But this month we’re also confirming our own direction for the most effective path to a brighter future. Lots of wonderful opportunities to have an impact this month –...
August 18, 2020Read more
We have a roadmap, but is the path clear? Please join us tonight Thursday 20 Aug 8pmAEST AUS National Conversation A Celebration of Successes As a first step in our upcoming strategic planning process we are gathering on Thursday night to recognise and celebrate our achievements and successes,...
August 18, 2020Read more
The urgency and the opportunity. Let’s face it. Global efforts to address climate change have been nowhere near sufficient. Australia, and most other countries around the world, need to do much better. But do we need a roadmap, or a just an easier path to follow? The Technology Investment...
August 3, 2020Read more
Photo c/o ABC In the news this week it seems the unions are taking sides with the right. The Australian ran storys today telling us “Rival unions unite in push for mine deal” explaining the complexity of the politics calling to let the new coal mines come. The...
Citizens’ Climate Lobby acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Lands on which we live, lobby, advocate, and educate. We pay our respect to Elders past and present.
We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians. We are committed to honouring their unique cultural, and spiritual relationship to the land, air, waters and seas—as well as their rich contributions to society.
We also acknowledge the sovereignty, land, and law of First Nations were never ceded.