Past Events

 

Sunday 2 May

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online) @ 4:30pm

4.30 pm NSW, VIC, QLD, ACT, TAS | 4 pm SA, NT | 2.30 pm WA

This month the topic is: “What did Biden’s Summit achieve?” Join us at our monthly national talk when federal press gallery reporter Tom McIlroy, from the Australian Financial Review will speak on the implications of President Biden’s Leaders’ Summit last week – for Australia, for global climate action and for carbon pricing. Following the talk we can breakout and chat about the implications for ourselves and where we can go from here. Come on to Zoom and join us, all welcome. At 4:30pm AEST on Sunday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878 

Thursday 6 May

NSW Hume Monthly Meeting @ 7:00pm

Goulburn Workers Club (1 McKell Pl, Goulburn NSW 2580)        7pm AEST

Australia, a Climate Leader or Global Laggard? This month we have guest speaker Richie Merzian from independent think tank The Australia Institute. Australia has an opportunity to reshape its reputation as an energy giant, from the third largest exporter in fossil fuels to a global powerhouse for clean energy. But it has many obstacles in the way, not least the federal government. Come hear from a former Australian government climate diplomat and economist, who is now Director of the Australia Institute’s Climate & Energy Program. Come along and join us. All welcome. Please register with eventbrite as we need to know numbers for social distancing. Register for free here

 

Monday 10 May

VIC Victoria Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       8pm AEST

Are you tackling Climate Change the most effective way? If you live in Victoria and are passionate about climate change, join us on Zoom! We are joined by guest speaker Grant Ennis who is a passionate believer in democratic action over individual action and has much experience and knowledge in the advocacy space. As well as discussion and chat to plan climate action for CCL Members in Victoria. All welcome.

 

 

Monday 17 May

QLD Queensland Monthly Event (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       7pm AEST

If you live in Queensland and are passionate about climate change, join QLD Coordinators Maree Nutt for a number of presentations, as well as discussion and chat to plan climate action for CCL Members in Queensland. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

 

 

Monday 12 April

VIC Victoria Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       Add to calendar

If you live in Victoria and are passionate about climate change, we are excited to be on Zoom along with Mike McEvoy, the National Program Manager at Climate for Change! We will also have a chat to plan climate action for CCL Members in Victoria. All welcome.

 

Sunday 18 April

NSW Grayndler Monthly Meeting @ 5:00 pm

Tritton Hall, Hut 44, Addison Road Community Centre, 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville.         Add to calendar

Join us on Sunday at the Tritton Hall in Marrickville so that we can meet and plan our upcoming lobby meeting with our MP Anthony Albanese’s senior advisor Skye Laris. All welcome, even if you don’t reside in the Grayndler electorate. We’re looking for keen and committed people who are passionate about making a positive difference by becoming active and involved members of CCL Australia – so if that sounds like you, come along this Sunday!

Thursday 22 April

AUS National Conversation (online) @ 8:00pm

8 pm NSW, VIC, QLD, ACT, TAS | 730 pm SA, NT | 6 pm WA

Join us for the National Conversation as we unveil our new Team of Teams structure. This structure consists of autonomous but interconnected National Teams (light blue dots) and Groups (green dots) in electorates or regions. As we transition we are moving from a management model to a collaborative coordination process. This means you, as our supporter, can have a direct input into how CCL Australia operates at our monthly meetings. There will be time to chat about what this means for you in driving political will in your electorate or region and honing your skills for preserving a liveable world. At 8pm AEST on Thursday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878

 

 

 

Sunday 7 March

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online) @ 4:30pm

4.30 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 4 pm SA | 3.30 pm QLD | 3 pm NT | 1.30 pm WA

Those of us involved with climate activism know it’s a battle with entrenched interests that have led us into a climate emergency. It’s hard to remain cheerful when wedged between denialism and disaster. This month Journalist Rod Taylor will present “CCL, hope and the struggle for a liveable world” – he will talk about why organisations such as CCL are crucial to our sense of hope. In his recent book Ten Journeys on a Fragile Planet he detailed the lives of ten outstanding Australians who have – and are – doing something to confront the perilous state of the environment. He presents their stories, how they’ve succeeded in a time of crisis, and how they’ve maintained hope and what we can learn from them. Read more…

Rod was recently interviewed by Robyn Williams on ABC’s The Science Show. You can listen to the full interview here. Following the talk on Sunday we will divide into groups to discuss the issue. Come on to Zoom and join us, all welcome. At 4:30pm AEDT on Sunday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878 

 

Sunday 7 March

Citizens’ Climate International – Upgrading Global Climate Action in 2021 (online) @ 9:00pm

9.00 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 830 pm SA | 8.00 pm QLD | 730 pm NT | 6.00 pm WA

With an eye toward next year’s G7, G20 and COP 26 summits, Citizens’ Climate International invites our members from across Asia and Oceania to a workshop on: Sunday, March 7, 2021. Duration: one hour. Click here to register.

 

Tuesday 16 March

SA South Australia Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878        8pm SA time  (830pm AEDT)

We will be joined by Dr Kate Wylie for the South Australia March meeting. Dr Wylie is part of Doctors for the Environment and Climate Reality Leaders. She will present on campaigning for climate medicine. You can check out her website here. Join us on Zoom on Tuesday, 16 March 2021, 8:00 pm ACDT.

 

 

Wednesday 17 March

NSW Bennelong Monthly Meeting (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOM — 7:00 pm AEDT

For the NSW Bennelong March meeting, Councillor Penny Pedersen (Chair of City of Ryde’s Renewable Energy Advisory Committee and Vice President of Northern Regional Organisation of Councils) will speak about how the City of Ryde and other Sydney councils are addressing climate change. Join us on Zoom on Wednesday, 17 March 2021, 7:00 PM AEDT. Tickets available at http://cclbennelong.org/tickets. (Note: this meeting was not held on the second Tuesday of the month.)

 

Saturday 27 March

Earth Hour @ 8:30pm

REGISTER Here        8:30pm (your local time)

Every year hundreds of millions of people around the world in more than 7,000 cities in over 190 countries take part by switching off for 60 minutes as a symbolic gesture of solidarity to show they care about our planet’s future. This year, Earth Hour is at 8.30pm local time Saturday 27 March. We’re inviting all Australians to make the #SwitchforNature to demonstrate their support for the switch to a renewables-based economy for Australia. Individual actions can benefit our planet, while symbolically demonstrating support for a renewable future for our country, and for the world.

Sunday 28 March

NSW Grayndler Monthly Event

Marrickville Markets: 142 Addison Road, Addison Road Centre, Marrickville

The Grayndler (Inner West Sydney) Group usually meets on the 3rd Sunday of the month. This month we will be doing some tabling at Marrickville Markets from 9am – 3pm. Our stall will be near the Stirrup Gallery. If you don’t have a CCL t-shirt, just wear the plainest white t-shirt you have. Let me know (andrew@ccl.org.au) if you can make it for any of the time, should be fun to chat to people about climate change and CCL. Also the plan is to have our Monthly Meeting at 2pm that day also. Come along and join us. All welcome.

 

Sunday 28 March

CONFERENCE: Achieving Net-Zero (online) @ 1:00pm

REGISTER HERE        1:00pm AEDT

The first CCL Australia Conference in 2021 will be on Sunday 28th March on Zoom, with lobby meetings with Senators and MPs during the following five weeks (Parliament is not sitting during those 5 weeks). The Lobby meetings will be either Zoom or in person, whichever suits best. The main focus of the conference and lobbying will be on how Australia can achieve Net-Zero Emissions by 2050. Asking our politicians to a build a plan to achieve Net-Zero Emissions by 2050 opens up the conversation for the need to have a carbon price. The Conference will go into details of how to Lobby Coalition MPs, Labor or Independent MPs and how to Lobby Local Councils.

CONFERENCE Program:

  • How Australia can achieve Net-Zero emissions by 2050
  • How to lobby Coalition MPs
  • How to lobby Labor or Independent MPs
  • How to lobby Local Councils

To register for the conference and secure your spot, click here.

 

 

Sunday 7 February

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online) @ 4:30pm

4.30 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 4 pm SA | 3.30 pm QLD | 3 pm NT | 1.30 pm WA

Dr Tom Denniss set a record in 2013 for the fastest circumnavigation of the world on foot, the 26,000 kilometres taking 20 months and 17 pairs of runners. Now, he has found a new challenge — in the water. His company Wave Swell has created a prototype to harness the power of waves. The Wave Swell Energy (WSE) technology is based on the well-established concept of the oscillating water column (OWC). As waves pass the OWC, the water rises and falls inside, forcing the air to pass by a turbine at the top of the chamber. This turbine generates electricity.

Wave energy as a resource varies much more slowly than wind or solar power, and is highly predictable over periods of several days. Therefore, wave power is considered complementary base load power. It can be used in conjunction with traditional base load sources to provide a constant output to satisfy demand, with a seamless transition between renewables and fossil fuel sources. More info…

Come onto Zoom and join. All welcome. At 4:30pm AEDT on Sunday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878 

 

Monday 8 February

VIC Victoria Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       8pm AEDT

This month we have Emma Bacon from Sweltering Cities, talking about her vision for cooler, more equitable and sustainable cities with planning and policy that puts people at the centre. Our summers are getting hotter, drier and longer. Communities in our cities are facing searing heat that is changing the way we work, live and play. She’s working together with people who live in the hottest parts of our cities to organise and win campaigns for cooler, more sustainable and equitable suburbs, to change the story on cities, heat, health and climate change. Read more… Come on to Zoom and join. All welcome.

 

Tuesday 16 February

SA South Australia Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878        8pm SA time  (830pm AEDT)

Join us to hear from guest speaker Peter Nattrass, Manager, Future Industries at Department for Energy and Mining, who is a passionate and strategic driver of change who will be discussing ‘SA’s Electric Vehicles Policy’. Following the talk we will divide into groups to discuss the issue. All welcome. Jump on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

 

Sunday 21 February

NSW Grayndler Monthly Meeting @ 5:00pm

White Cockatoo Hotel (30 Terminus St, Petersham)           5pm AEDT

Join us this Sunday at the White Cockatoo Hotel in Petersham so that we can meet and plan our year of climate advocacy for the Grayndler Group. Here are some items that we’ll discuss: recent climate change news, lobby meetings with MP Anthony Albanese in 2021, tabling at Marrickville Markets on Sundays, meeting with Inner West Council, growing a core of people for our Group. All welcome, even if you don’t reside in the Grayndler electorate. We’re looking for keen and committed people who are passionate about making a positive difference by becoming active and involved members of CCL Australia – so if that sounds like you, come along this Sunday!

 

Tuesday 23 February

NSW Sydney Monthly Meeting (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       7pm AEDT

I am pleased to announce that we have a guest speaker, Mark Coure, member of the NSW Parliament Legislative Assembly for the NSW electoral district of Oatley. Mark will focus on environmental projects and initiatives on climate change in his electorate, and will touch on state-wide issues More info… Come along and join us. All welcome.

 

 

 

Sunday 6 December

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online) @ 4:00pm

4.00 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 3.30 pm SA | 3pm QLD | 2.30 pm NT | 1 pm WA

Join us to hear from our December guest speaker Prof Ullrich Ecker, UWA, who is the co-author of the Debunking Handbook on Climate Change. His talk will be discussing “the psychology of misinformation“. Following the talk we will divide into groups to discuss the issue. All welcome. At 4:00pm AEDT on Sunday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878 

Monday 7 December

Tasmania Monthly Meeting (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878        8pm AEDT

This month we have guest speaker Prof Nathan Bindoff (University of Tasmania) giving a talk on “Ocean temperature and salinity with climate change“. Following we will have discussion to plan climate action for CCL Members in Tasmania. Come along and join us. All are welcome.

 

Saturday 12 December

ACT Canberra Monthly Meeting @ 1:00pm

Pollen Cafe, Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra            1pm AEDT

At our monthly meetings we review, plan and discuss our activities around taking climate action in the ACT region. Come along and join us. All are welcome.

 

Sunday 13 December

NSW Banks Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:30pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878          2.30pm AEDT

This month, Structural Engineer Richard Wellerwho specialises in the area of extreme events such as wind and coastal wave attack/erosion, will be guest speaking on The Scale of the coming impacts of climate change on buildings”.  More info… Come along and join us. All are welcome.

 

Sunday 13 December

Annual General Meeting (online) @ 4:00pm

4.00 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 3.30 pm SA | 3pm QLD | 2.30 pm NT | 1 pm WA

Notice of Annual General Meeting. It will include an Acknowledgment of Country, minutes of the 2019 AGM, Chairperson’s Report by Rod Mitchell, Treasurer’s Report: Financial Statements by Peter Samson, and Election of Members of the Board. We will also have a guest speaker, Belinda Teh, a WA Nominee Young Australian of the Year 2021, whose advocacy saw the successful passage of voluntary assisted dying laws in WA. Her talk will be titled “An Experience of Advocating Across the Political Divide: What Worked, What Didn’t Work”. At 4:00pm AEDT on Sunday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 15 December

NSW Sydney Monthly Meeting (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       7pm AEDT

For December’s monthly meeting, sustainability consultant Wolfgang Spranz will be a guest speaker. The topic to be discussed will be “development in an Australian Hydrogen Economy“. Read more… Come along and join us. All welcome.

 

Tuesday 15 December

SA South Australia Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/4775438888       8pm ACDT (SA time)  (8:30pm AEDT)

The guest speaker for South Australia’s monthly meeting will be Marc Hudson of Climate Emergency Manchester. The topic to be discussed will be the “Active Citizenship Toolkit“, which Hudson has developed amongst Climate Emergency Manchester colleagues. Jump on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

 

 

Sunday 1 November

NATIONAL CONFERENCE  (on Zoom) @ 1:00pm

REGISTER HERE

Conference Overview

• Keynote Speaker: NSW Energy Minister Matt Kean

• CCL’s approach for effective political lobbying

• Understanding climate politics

• Climate-Smart Recovery – BZE Million Jobs Plan

• What climate actions we will ask of our MPs

 

 

Monday 2 November – Friday 6 November

LOBBY WEEK  (on Zoom)

Online MP Lobbying

Ahead of the week starting Monday 2 November we will contact a number of MPs and arrange online zoom lobby meetings. Email conference@ccl.org.au to register your interest in Zoom Lobbying your MP.

 

 

 

Sunday 8 November

NSW Banks Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:30pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       2:30pm AEDT

This month Professor Roy Tasker (Adjunct Professor of Chemistry Education at WSU) will tell us about “the role of ammonia for overcoming the very difficult problem of storing hydrogen”. As many are aware, green hydrogen is a clean fuel and is potentially a great export earner for Australia. More info… Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

Monday 9 November

VIC Victoria Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       8:00 pm AEDT

Guest speaker Tom Hunt will recap the proceedings of Zali Steggall putting her Climate Change Bill to parliament on this day. The Bill is largely based on the UK Climate Change Act – a highly successful bipartisan policy that stands in stark contrast to Australia’s ongoing “climate wars.” Click here to sign to show your support. Come on to Zoom. All welcome.

 

Saturday 14 November

QLD Queensland Monthly Event (online) @ 12:00pm

ZOOMhttps://uqz.zoom.us/j/3302506699     12 Midday QLD time (1pm AEDT)

This month’s topic will be centralised around a ‘Post State Election Special‘. Afterwards join QLD Coordinator Jess Campbell for discussion and chat to find out how you can get active and involved with CCL to take effective climate action in Queensland. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

Sunday 15 November

NSW Grayndler Monthly Event (online) @ 5:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878           5pm AEDT

This month, guest speaker Dr Arunima Malik (Lecturer in the Integrated Sustainability Analysis group, University of Sydney) will be speaking about “the impacts of climate change on the food supply in NSWread more… Afterwards the Grayndler Group will discuss how to get active and involved with CCL to take effective climate action. Come and join us. All welcome.

 

Tuesday 17 November

SA South Australia Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878     8:00 pm ACDT (SA time) (8:30 pm AEDT)

November’s South Australia meeting will be discussing the topic of “climate-ready communities and climate resilience programs in the Adelaide region”. Learn more… Cristel Chambers from Red Cross will be a guest speaker for this meeting. Join us on Zoom. All welcome.

 

Thursday 19 November

AUS National Conversation (online) @ 8:00pm

8 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 7.30 pm SA | 7 pm QLD | 6.30 pm NT | 5 pm WA

This month the National Conversation will be an opportunity for people to share their experiences in recent lobby meetings. Hosted by our National Conference MCs Sophie Emder and Melisha Leggett, we’ll have breakout groups so you can give your thoughts and discuss the most effective followup climate action activities: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878

 

Friday 20 November

Climate Act Now – Submission Workshop @ 2:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       2:00 pm AEDT

The Bill was recently referred to the House Standing Committee on the Environment and Energy and is now receiving submissions to its public inquiry, which are due by Friday 27 November at 5pm. Hosted by Maree Nutt, join our online workshop to find out how to write your own individual submission. Come on to Zoom. All welcome.

 

Sunday 22 November

Climate Act Now – Submission Workshop @ 3:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       3:00 pm AEDT

The Bill was recently referred to the House Standing Committee on the Environment and Energy and is now receiving submissions to its public inquiry, which are due by Friday 27 November at 5pm. Hosted by Maree Nutt, join our online workshop to find out how to write your own individual submission. Come on to Zoom. All welcome.

 

 

 

Sunday 4 October

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online) @ 4:30pm

4.30 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 4 pm SA | 3.30 pm QLD | 3 pm NT | 1.30 pm WA

Cristina Talacko is Chair of Coalition for Conservation – C4C – which she describes as “a fast-growing movement of mainstream Coalition members who support greater action to address climate change and other environmental challenges.” She is a strong advocate for climate and energy solutions within the Liberal Party and the Coalition and is therefore a natural ally for CCL and our Building the Centre campaign. (See her SMH Op-ed from December 2019). As a businesswoman, producer of allergen-sensitive foods, co-owner of an organic foods chain, Cristina is actively caring for the environment. As an active member of the Liberal party and Secretary of the NSW Energy and Environment Policy Branch, Cristina is effectively ‘building the centre’ and moving our parliament to a place where effective policies can be enacted. Read more…

Come on to Zoom and join us, all welcome. At 4:30pm AEDT on Sunday click the link: https://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878

 

 

 

 

Saturday 10 October

QLD Queensland Monthly Event (online) @ 12:00pm

ZOOMhttps://uqz.zoom.us/j/3302506699        12 Midday QLD time

This month Dr Anya Phelan (University of Queensland) will talk about a “Circular Economy” – particularly mental models on ocean plastic from coastal Indonesia communities read more… Afterwards join QLD Coordinator Jess Campbell to discuss how you can get active and involved with CCL to take effective action on climate change. Come and join us. All welcome.

 

Sunday 11 October

NSW Banks Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:30pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878     230pm AEDT

Our guest speaker, Peter Todd, will explain to us in simple terms the positives in the Federal Government’s Technology Investment Roadmap. If we are going to send messages to community leaders about the urgency of transitioning to a low carbon economy, we need to understand what progress there is to build on. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

Sunday 11 October

AUS Climate Advocate Training (online) @ 5:00pm

5 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 4.30 pm SA | 4 pm QLD | 3.30 pm NT | 2 pm WA

All welcome to join our Climate Advocate Training: it will not only teach you about Citizens’ Climate Lobby’s methods and visions, but also inspire you to find your role within CCL Australia so you can become an active and involved volunteer and hit the ground running. At 5pm AEDT on Sunday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878 

 

Monday 12 October

VIC Victoria Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878            8:00pm AEDT

Journalist Rod Taylor will present “Coping with crisis: what I learned from ten Australians” – their stories, how they’ve succeeded in a time of crisis, how they’ve maintained hope and what we can learn from them. Read more… Following Rod’s talk we will discuss how CCL members in Victoria can get involved to take effective action on climate change. All welcome.

 

 

Tuesday 13 October

NSW Bennelong: Fight For Planet A @ 7:00pm

ZOOMREGISTER here (for FREE) to be emailed the Zoom link          7pm AEDT

Join Jo Taranto from Good for the Hood, and resident of Ryde, as she explains her involvement with the popular ABC series, which has explored the community’s role in tackling emissions from energy, transport and food. Come and join us. All welcome. More info…

Wednesday 14 October

AUS Climate Advocate Training (online) @ 7:00pm

7 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 6.30 pm SA | 6 pm QLD | 5.30 pm NT | 4 pm WA

All welcome to join our Climate Advocate Training: it will not only teach you about Citizens’ Climate Lobby’s methods and visions, but also inspire you to find your role within CCL Australia so you can become an active and involved volunteer and hit the ground running. At 7pm AEDT on Wednesday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878 

 

 

Sunday 18 October

AUS Climate Advocate Training (online) @ 1:00pm

1 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 12.30 pm SA | 12 pm QLD | 11.30 am NT | 10 am WA

All welcome to join our Climate Advocate Training: it will not only teach you about Citizens’ Climate Lobby’s methods and visions, but also inspire you to find your role within CCL Australia so you can become an active and involved volunteer and hit the ground running. At 1pm AEDT on Sunday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878 

 

Sunday 18 October

NSW Grayndler Monthly Event (online) @ 5:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878               5pm AEDT

This month Prof Hugh Saddler (Centre for Climate Economics and Policy at ANU) will give a talk on “Pumped Hydro” – a number of smaller pumped hydro schemes located closer to major centres of demand and/or renewable generation, may well provide the most effective form of energy storage for Australia read more… Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

Tuesday 20 October

SA South Australia Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878            8pm SA time  (8:30pm AEDT)

October’s South Australia meeting will be a chance to find out more about and discuss the hot topics of “Gas and the Government’s Technology Roadmap” – plus recent lobby meetings with politicians and other potential actions. Jump on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

Wednesday 21 October

NSW Wentworth / Kingsford Smith (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878             7pm AEDT

This month Jillian Blackall will be speaking on “Sailing ships making a comeback“. The original form of zero carbon sea transport: the classic sailing ship of old! In the year 2020, even amidst covid, sailing ships have been crossing the Atlantic delivering organic food from South America to Europe read more… Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

 

 

Sunday 6 September

Father’s Day Special (online) @ 4:30pm

430 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS, QLD | 4 pm SA, NT | 230 pm WA

Our National Chair Rod Mitchell will lead a team discussion & conversation with our younger members on energising CCL to maximise our effectiveness. At 4:30pm AEST on Sunday click the link: https://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878

 

 

Sunday 13 September

NSW Banks Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:30pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878       230pm AEST

The theme for this month: “Let’s Try and Calm the Waters” – it may not be as difficult as suggested by the picture. Peter Todd, leader of the Lobbying Action Team at CCL Australia will tell us how to prepare for meetings with MPs. Come and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Monday 14 September

VIC Victoria Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878       8pm AEST

This month Director of the Melbourne Energy Institute at the University of Melbourne, Prof Michael Brear, will be talking about “The opportunities and risks of decarbonising our transport“. We will also discuss how CCL Members in Victoria can get active and involved in climate action. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Tuesday 15 September

SA South Australia Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878        8pm SA time  (8:30pm AEST)

This month’s South Australia meeting will be on a “Climate-Smart Recovery“. Joyce Erceg (CCL, WA) will introduce this new CCL campaign. Together we’ll review some of the latest ‘green recovery’ initiatives that can inspire us in our advocacy of climate action. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Wednesday 16 September

NSW Wentworth Monthly Meeting (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878         7pm AEST

CCL Group for the Wentworth electorate: member feedback will be given on the recent lobby meeting with Harry Stutchbury Principal Adviser to Dave Sharma, Liberal MP for Wentworth. Potential for on-going group meetings and further action will also be discussed. Come along and join us. All are welcome.

 

 

 

Saturday 19 September

QLD Queensland Monthly Event (online) @ 12:00pm

ZOOMhttps://uqz.zoom.us/j/3302506699        12 Midday QLD time

This month we have climate and energy campaigner Claire Fryer giving a talk on “Queensland Conservation Council powering up“. After the talk join QLD Coordinator Jess Campbell to discuss how you can get active and involved with CCL to take effective climate action. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Sunday 20 September

NSW Grayndler Monthly Event (online) @ 5:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878           5pm AEST

This month Associate Professor Ollie Jay from the University of Sydney will be talking about “Heatwaves, housing and health“. We will also discuss how CCL Members can get active and involved in effective climate action. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

 

 

Sunday 27 September

ACT Canberra Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878        2:00pm AEST

Dr Siwan Lovett, founder of the Australian River Restoration Centre, will be giving a talk on “River and Social Ecosystems“. We will also discuss how CCL Members in Canberra can get active and involved in effective climate action. Come on to Zoom. All welcome. More info…

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday 2 August

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online)

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4.30 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS, QLD | 4 pm SA, NT | 2.30 pm WA

Beyond Zero Emissions ‘Million Jobs Plan’ is a great example of what a climate-smart recovery could look like. Join us to hear from BZE’s Principle Researcher, Dr Dominique Hes (Bio here) on how the Million Jobs Plan aims to find and deliver one million new, good, secure, well-paying jobs, to help rebuild our economy after the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic and secure a strong future for all Australians. Dominique will also be joined by BZE Hunter region volunteer, Dr Natasha Deen speaking on how local communities are getting involved.

 

 

Thursday 6 August

NSW Hume Monthly Meeting (online)

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Dr Rebecca Harris (University of Tasmania) is giving a talk on “A climate atlas for Australia’s wine industry”. Dr Harris and her team have been conducting research with the wine industry, producing an app and a climate atlas to help vineyards across Australia plan for climate change impacts for up to 80 years into the future. Come and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Saturday 8 August

QLD Queensland Monthly Event (online)

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Dr Margaret Cook (University of the Sunshine Coast) is giving a talk on “Disasters in Australia and New Zealand: historical approaches to understanding catastrophe”. Dr Cook’s book A River with a City Problem: A History of Brisbane Floods deals with floods and their potential for greater frequency and severity with climate change. Come and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Monday 10 August

VIC Victoria Monthly Event (online)

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This month Tim Forcey, former Energy Advisor at the University of Melbourne, is giving a presentation on “what role and impact energy efficiency can have in reducing Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions”. We will also discuss how CCL members in Victoria can take action on climate change. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Wednesday 12 August

CLIMATE ACTION Workshop (online) @ 7:00pm

REGISTER Here – https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/communities-leading-climate-action-tickets-111947706604?aff=erelexpmlt         7pm AEST

At this event you will hear from three leading organisations, collaborating to attract the many community talents needed now. We will be having 3 guest speakers at the event:

Greg Mullins – RFS & Climate Council Australia  Dr Dennys Angove – Citizens Climate Lobby Australia Imogen Jubb – Beyond Zero Emissions

It is a free event and will be held online on Zoom on 12 August. Places are limited so make sure you register on Eventbrite to secure your spot.

 

 

Sunday 16 August

NSW Grayndler Monthly Event (online) @ 5:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878           5pm AEDT

Peter Todd, leader of the Government & Lobbying Action Team at CCL Australia, will be giving a presentation on “What goes on in a lobby meeting”. We will also recap our recent meeting with MP Anthony Albanese, as well as discuss climate action for the Grayndler Group. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Tuesday 18 August

SA South Australia Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878        8pm SA time  (8:30pm AEST)

Join SA Coordinator Jim Allen to discuss Zali Steggall’s Climate Change Bill that calls for Australia to have climate change legislation to transition to the future. We will also have discussion to plan climate action for CCL Members in SA. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

Thursday 20 August

AUS National Conversation (online)

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Each month we hold the National Conversation – we nominate a current news topic related to climate change for discussion. Hosted by our National Coordinator Rod Mitchell, join CCL members from around Australia to share your thoughts and opinions.

 

Sunday 23 August

ACT Canberra Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878        2:00pm AEST

Canberra science broadcaster Rod Taylor is giving a talk on “Coping with crisis: what I learned from ten Australians“. First it was drought, then fire, then plague, meaning Australia has been triple punched. Following Rod’s talk, the Canberra CCL chapter will be discussing upcoming lobbying of Canberra politicians in the lead up to the local elections. All welcome.

 

Tuesday 25 August

NSW Sydney Monthly Meeting (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878        7pm AEST

The meeting begins at 7.00 pm. This month we will have Belinda Xie, Scientia PhD Candidate at UNSW, giving a talk on “Social and Psychological Factors in Climate Change Perception”. Come online and join us. All welcome.

 

 

 

Thursday 2 July

NSW Hume Monthly Meeting (online)

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This month Dr Rebecca Colvin, Social Scientist and Lecturer at ANU, is giving a talk on “How we think about climate change, and what this means for climate change conversations” – how people interact with one another in the context of climate change, and the role of social and political identity in these interactions. Come and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Saturday 11 July

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online)

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MARTIJN WILDER is a Professor of Climate Change Law at ANU and is a founding partner of Pollination – a specialist climate change advisory and investment firm, accelerating the transition to a net zero, climate resilient future. His other roles include Chair of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), President of WWF (Australia), and Director of the Climate Council. He has written widely especially on climate change law, environmental law and Antarctica. In 2012, Martijn was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia in recognition for “service to environmental law, particularly in the area of climate change through contributions to the development of law, global regulation, public policy and the promotion of public debate, and to the community”. More info…

 

 

Sunday 12 July

NSW Banks Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:30pm

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A panel of climate advocates from the Wollongong area will tell us how they are trying to influence Wollongong Council to step up its efforts to mitigate the coming climate catastrophe. They will reveal the results of their many years of team effort.  All welcome. More info…

 

 

Monday 13 July

WA Perth & Swan Monthly Meeting (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOMhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/4775438888       7pm WA time  (9pm AEST)

This month Jeff Wilson will be presenting on Carbon Fee and Dividend for the monthly meeting of the Perth and Swan electorates. We’re looking for keen and enthusiastic members to build our groups, create positive relationships with our local politicians and build the renewable energy future we all want for Australia. Come along and join us. All welcome.

Sunday 19 July

NSW Grayndler Monthly Event (online)

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This month Dr Cameron Webb (University of Sydney) will be giving a talk on “Monitoring how the risk of mosquito-borne diseases may change in northern NSW as temperature and rainfall increase.”. We will also discuss climate action for the Grayndler Group. Come online and join us. All welcome.

 

 

Thursday 23 July

Three Initiatives Lobby Campaign 2020

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This will be CCL Australia’s most ambitious lobby campaign since inception in 2014. Citizens’ Climate Lobby Australia is pushing for re-building the economy with investment in clean energy projects after the COVID-19 pandemic with our ‘Climate-smart Recovery’ campaign, advocating for a carbon price in Australia by promoting the formation of an international coalition of support with our ‘Building support for the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition’ campaign, whilst also advocating for more bipartisan cooperation and consensus at the political level through its ‘Build the Centre’ campaign.

 

Sunday 26 July

ACT Canberra Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878              2:00pm AEST

This month economist Prof John Quiggin (University of Queensland) will be giving a talk on “A Green New Deal” – a way to tackle climate change in an economically just way. Following the talk we will discuss what actionable steps we can take in Canberra to push for and promote climate solutions. All welcome. More info…

 

Monday 27 July

WA Tangney Monthly Meeting (online)

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This month we have economist Warwick Smith as our guest speaker. He will speak on the economic impact of Carbon Fee and Dividend on jobs, on different sections of the community such as farming, the necessity or otherwise of complimentary policies and the influence of emerging global policies on Climate Change policy on Australia. All welcome. 

 

Tuesday 28 July

NSW Sydney Monthly Meeting (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878             7pm AEDT

This month sustainable transport expert Tom Hunt will be giving a talk on “Electric vehicles”  – how Australia can electrify our transport sector. Following the talk we will entertain, educate and support each other in talking about climate change issues and strategies. Come along and join us. All welcome.

 

 

Tuesday 2 June

TAS Tasmania Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

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This month we have Dr. Cayne Layton from the University of Tasmania giving a talk on “Kelp forests in Tasmania” – the underwater jungle that is the Great Southern Reef and it’s recent decline due to climate change. We will also have other presentations, as well as questions, discussion and chat. Come online and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Thursday 4 June

NSW Hume Monthly Event (online) @ 7:00pm

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This month we have Dr Mark Diesendorf, Associate Professor at UNSW giving a talk on “An Ecologically Sustainable Energy Future for Australia and the world” – we now have the technologies needed for transitioning our energy system from fossil fuels to an ecologically sustainable system based on renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy conservation. Come online and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Monday 8 June

VIC Victoria Monthly Event (online) @ 8:00pm

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This month Dr. Blanche Verlie from the Department of Sociology and Social Policy at SEI is giving a talk on “Climate Change and Environmental Education”. We will also have other presentations, as well as questions, discussion and chat to plan action on climate change in Victoria. Come online to Zoom and join us. All welcome.. More info..

 

Saturday 13 June

QLD Queensland Monthly Meeting (online)

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This month Dr. David King (MPH, FRACGP, Academic General Practitioner with the University of Queensland) will be giving a talk on “Doctors for the Environment Australia and a Healthy Recovery”. We will also have a Queensland election focus: How to lobby your State MP. Come online to Zoom and join us. All welcome.. More info…

 

Saturday 13 June

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online) @ 2:00pm

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“Climate Change into the School Curriculum”: Dr Eilam is a senior lecturer at the College of Arts & Education, Victoria University. She has been involved with recent research on what information and action is needed to properly educate students on climate change, especially given the urgency of the crisis. Dr. Eilam will be talking about her research on how information is collated and condensed into what constitutes the nature of climate change, how that is applied to the education curriculum, and how that curriculum is influenced by the political climate. More info… Come online to Zoom. All welcome.

 

 

 

Sunday 14 June

NSW Banks Monthly Meeting (online)

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The meeting begins at 2.30 pm. This month comedian Rod Quantock will be “Contemplating the third wave: climate change“. He will be helping us get our climate message across by making people laugh. Come along and join us. All welcome.

 

Tuesday 16 June

SA South Australia Monthly Meeting (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878        830pm AEST (8pm SA time)

This month Craig Wilkins (Chief Executive of the Conservation Council of SA) will be talking about “Accelerating South Australia’s climate strategies” – his specialties include high quality political & strategic advice, community campaigning and policy development. We will also have discussion to plan climate action in SA. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

 

Sunday 21 June

NSW Grayndler Monthly Event (online) @ 5:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878         5:00pm AEST

This month Peter Maganov (Sustainability Manager, Randwick Council) is giving a talk on “Councils and the Climate Emergency” – what initiatives councils across Australia are undertaking to address climate change. We will also discuss climate action for the Grayndler Group. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Tuesday 23 June

NSW Sydney Monthly Meeting (online)

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Guest speaker Prof Michael Box will talk about “Geoengineering the Climate” – deliberate large-scale manipulation of our environment to offset the effects of global warming. These include blasting aerosols into the stratosphere, installing orbiting space shields to reflect solar radiation and carbon dioxide removal. Come along and join us. All welcome.

 

Thursday 25 June

AUS National Conversation (online) @ 8:00pm

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Join us to discussLobbying to end our addiction to fossil fuels: tough love on a global scale!” – our economy, society and political systems are hopelessly addicted to fossil fuels and all that they deliver. How does a deeper understanding of this aspect of reality assist us in our task of creating political will for a liveable world? Your input will be important as we consider how we relatively minor addicts can influence the chronic addicts we need to reach in industry and politics. Hosted by Rod Mitchell. Rod has over 30 years experience in counselling and will share his recent research on addiction and fossil fuels.

 

Sunday 28 June

ACT Canberra Monthly Meeting (online)

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This month Julian Cribb (distinguished journalist and science communicator) is giving a talk on “How We Can Best Survive the 10 Great Existential Challenges” – he will be exploring with us this central question facing humanity today. We will also discuss climate action for the Canberra Group. Come on to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

 

Saturday 9 May

QLD Queensland Monthly Meeting (online) @ 12:00pm

ZOOMhttps://uqz.zoom.us/j/3302506699       12 Midday QLD time

This month we will have Dr Lynette Molyneaux (Centre for Policy Futures, UQ) giving a talk on Queensland and the Global Energy Transition“. We will also have other presentations, as well as questions, discussion and chat. Come online and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Saturday 9 May

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online) @ 2:00pm

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“Wind Farms on farms”: Charlie Prell is a sheep farmer from Crookwell, NSW. He is one of four farmers under the Crookwell 2 windfarm. He has 20 years of experience in renewables, focusing on wind farms, and is a strong public supporter of the benefits wind farms can bring to small regional communities. He is a passionate advocate for an inclusive “benefit sharing” model for wind farm developments, where the whole community benefits from a wind farm, not just the few who host the turbines. More info…

 

 

Sunday 10 May

NSW Banks Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:30pm

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This month we will have Belinda Xie, Scientia PhD Candidate at UNSW, giving a talk on “Social and Psychological Factors in Climate Change Perception”. Come online and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

 

Monday 11 May

VIC Victoria Monthly Meeting (online) @ 8:00pm

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This month Dr Chloe Mackallah from CSIRO is giving a talk on “Australian Climate Models” for the upcoming IPCC Report. We will also have other presentations, as well as questions, discussion and chat to plan action on climate change. Come online to Zoom and join us. All welcome.. More info…

 

Sunday 17 May

NSW Grayndler Monthly Meeting (online) @ 5:00pm

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This month we have Andros Cadavid (Project Manager, SMA Solar) giving a talk on PV Projects in NSW“. We will also have other presentations, as well as questions, discussion and chat and planning climate action for the Grayndler Group. Come online to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Tuesday 19 May

SA South Australia Monthly Meeting (online) @ 8:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/7868786878        830pm AEST (8pm SA time)

This month we have Monica Oliphant (Adjunct Associate Professor, University of South Australia) giving a talk on Clean Energy in SA“. We will also have other presentations, as well as questions, discussion and chat and planning climate action in SA. Come online to Zoom and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Thursday 21 May

AUS National Conversation (online) @ 8:00pm

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Join us to discuss “Drawdown” – drawing carbon back into the earth to keep warming under 2 degrees. Stopping carbon emissions will not be enough, as leaving the atmosphere at around 500ppm CO2 does not in itself solve the problem. More info…

 

Sunday 24 May

ACT Canberra Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:00pm

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This month we have Professor Kate Auty (former ACT Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability) giving a talk on People Power” – how people are engaged in the new energy economy. The Canberra Group will continue our discussion of how we can take this knowledge and apply it locally. Come online and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Tuesday 26 May

NSW Sydney Monthly Meeting (online) @ 7:00pm

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I am pleased to announce that we have a guest speaker, Georges River Independent Local Government Councillor Sandy Grekas who will be engaging in a Q&A Session. Come online and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

 

Saturday 11 April

AUS Monthly Guest Speaker (online) @ 1:00pm

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Cathy Orlando is a scientist, educator and mother of three from Sudbury, Ontario. She founded the first Canadian chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby. She was trained by Al Gore and an incredible team of experts assembled by The Climate Project (now The Climate Reality Project) at the Climate Bootcamp on April 4-6, 2008 in Montreal. Cathy will be speaking to us about the implementation of a national Carbon Fee and Dividend, which was brought into legislation in Canada in 2018. If you missed it, or would like to watch it again, click here to see the video of the talk.

 

 

Sunday 12 April

NSW Banks Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:30pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/3920795005         230pm AEST

Guest speaker Prof Michael Box will talk about “Geoengineering the Climate” – deliberate large-scale manipulation of our environment to offset the effects of global warming. These include blasting aerosols into the stratosphere, installing orbiting space shields to reflect solar radiation and carbon dioxide removal. If you missed it, see the slides here…

 

Thursday 16 April

EPBC Act Review – Personal Submission Workshop #2 (online) @ 12:00pm AEST

ZOOM – https://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/94112143336 (password: epbc)   12pm

Join us for a workshop on writing a submission for the Environment Protection & Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.  This is a once-in-a-decade chance to influence Australia’s key piece of environmental legislation, and demonstrate the political will to bring climate change to the forefront of our environmental protection laws. More info…

 

Sunday 19 April

NSW Grayndler Monthly Meeting (online) @ 5:30pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/3920795005         530pm AEST

Environmental Assessment Advisor for LendleaseCeire Kenny, will be giving a presentation on “Embodied carbon in buildings” – total life cycle carbon emissions of buildings from when the materials are sourced through to their final construction. We will also have an Intro to CCL presentation as well as discuss climate action for the Grayndler (Inner West Sydney) Group.                                                        If you missed it, see the slides here… See the video here…

 

Thursday 23 April

AUS National Conversation (online) @ 8:00pm

8 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS, QLD | 7.30 pm SA, NT | 6 pm WA

Join us to discuss “Transcending the Culture Wars” – the ongoing war between progressives and conservatives, right and left, pro-climate and anti-renewables. COVID-19 has shown that if needed, we are capable of calling a ceasefire and coming together to collaborate and act quickly to solve any immediate crisis. More info…

 

Sunday 26 April

ACT Canberra Monthly Meeting (online) @ 2:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/3920795005     Password: 2020    2:00pm AEST

This month we will have guest speaker MATT NURSE, PhD researcher at ANU, to present a talk on “The Science of Science Communication, Science Denial and Misinformation”. We will also debrief and discuss last month’s lobbying efforts. Come along and join us. All welcome. More info…

 

Tuesday 28 April

NSW Sydney Monthly Meeting (online) @ 7:00pm

ZOOMhttps://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/3920795005     Password: 2020     7pm AEST

This month we will have Sustainability Consultant Wolfgang Spranz telling us about “The Role of Hydrogen” in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, boosting the economy and employment and becoming a major contributor to clean, carbon-dioxide-free energy. Come along and join us. All welcome.