April 21, 2020Read more
Thank you to Citizens’ Climate Lobby Australia’s members and those in the wider community who made a submission to the Environment Protection & Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) Review. While the total number of submissions received are yet to be released, we know for certain, submissions from our...
April 14, 2020Read more
Australia’s key piece of national environmental law, the Environment Protection & Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act), is currently under review, as part of its 10 year review cycle. Over the past 10-20 years, Australia continues to experience a significant rise in environmental destruction – from widespread deforestation and...
February 3, 2020Read more
Please sign our petition calling for urgent climate change solutions in response to bushfire crisis CCL Australia has started this petition calling for climate action and the implementation of a carbon fee and dividend as represented in the Australian Carbon Dividend Plan. Most people recognise that the horrific bushfires devastating...
January 21, 2020Read more
Climate change has become a complex web of competing arguments that create a lot of confusion. Nothing seems to be able to cut through. Two simple but effective principles might help. The first is to “get back to basics” in order to see what we are really trying to...
December 18, 2019Read more
Why not send your local politicians a Christmas card this year reminding them of their responsibilities to protect their constituents and take urgent action to address the climate crisis. Here are some words you could either write on your card, or print as a letter to enclose with 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.