Posts tagged with ‘Citizen’s Climate Lobby’

Posts tagged with ‘Citizen’s Climate Lobby’

  • National Conference and Lobby days – good news!

    By on December 20, 2016

    A dedicated band of 17 volunteers made a big impression in Parliament House last week. An inspiring 2-day conference set us up with skills, hopefulness and a strong sense of team. And now our confidence and hopefulness has flowed into the offices of 24 MPs and Senators. We are...

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  • Building on the Outcomes of Paris

    By on January 6, 2016

    The new year after the Paris agreement has begun. And it is an election year! We have much to do in order to get our message out to as many MPs and their staff as possible, as well as to the media and community. A new development that I...

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  • First National Conference a huge sucess

    By on September 16, 2015

    Last weekend 27 of us gathered in the National Capital for a full weekend conference. We came from as far as Perth and Brisbane. Three great speakers set the scene covering Carbon Pricing in the Australian political economy – Warwick Smith Regenerative Agriculture – the importance of carbon draw-down – Walter Jehne...

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  • Our First National Conference

    By on August 25, 2015

    Canberra 12-13 September followed by 2 days lobbying in Parliament House Please join us for this important and exciting event! In many ways it will be the public launch of CCL in Australia. The conference will: Inform – through expert input from invited speakers Inspire – through CCL’s innovative...

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  • Our biggest week yet

    By on June 14, 2015

    It was a big week for the climate, here and overseas! And our new organisation just took off! Our Prime Minister revealed his anti-windmill agenda as the basis of his efforts to undermine the RET Six European oil companies called for a price on carbon. And the UNFCCC meeting...

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