Upcoming Events

Sunday 16 May

NSW Grayndler Monthly Meeting @ 5:00pm

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

Join us this Sunday at the White Cockatoo Hotel in Petersham so that we can recap our recent lobby meeting with our MP Anthony Albanese’s senior advisor Skye Laris. We will also plan the rest of the year of climate advocacy for the Grayndler 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!

 

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.

 

 

Tuesday 18 May

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

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

If you live in South Australia and are passionate on climate change, join SA Coordinator Jim Allen for a number of presentations, as well as discussion to plan climate action for CCL Members in SA. Jump on to Zoom and join us. All welcome.

Thursday 20 May

AUS National Conversation (online) @ 8:00pm

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

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. At 8pm AEST on Thursday click the link: https://zoom.us/j/7868786878

 

 

Sunday 23 May

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

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

The ACT Canberra group will be holding a meeting on Sunday, 23 May. The Canberra group meets on the fourth Sunday of every month. At our meetings, we plan, review and evaluate strategies to ignite climate action in Canberra and the ACT. Join us on Zoom. All are welcome.

 

 

Monday 24 May

WA Perth South Metro Meeting (online) @ 7:15pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878       715pm WA time (915pm AEST)

CCL Group for the electorates of Tangney, Fremantle, Burt & Canning: we’re looking for keen and enthusiastic members to build our group, create positive relationships with our local politicians and build the clean energy future we all want for Australia. Come along and join us. All welcome.

 

Tuesday 25 May

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

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

CCL Event for the federal electorate of Sydney. Our meetings are informal, interesting and enjoyable as we entertain, educate and support each other in talking about climate change issues and strategies. Come along and join us. All welcome.

 

Wednesday 26 May

Regional Coordinators Meeting (online) @ 7:45pm

ZOOMhttps://zoom.us/j/7868786878          745pm AEST

The RC Meeting is an opportunity for current Regional Coordinators for each state and territory to touch base and discuss any issues.

 

 

Wednesday 26 May

Group Leader Meeting (online) @ 8:00pm

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

The GL Meeting is an opportunity for current and prospective Group Leaders to talk strategies, ask questions and discuss anything group or CCL related. We want every group and group leader in CCL Australia to feel supported and encouraged. Come along and join us. All welcome.

 

 

 

Sunday 6 June

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

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

John Hewson is a former Australian politician who served as leader of the Liberal Party from 1990 to 1994. Since leaving politics, Hewson has demonstrated an increasing focus on corporate social and environmental responsibility. He has been involved in a range of non-profit organisations, including the Arthritis Foundation of Australia and KidsXpress, a charity providing expressive for children, as well as the Stop Adani movement. He has criticised various Liberal Party members, including Tony Abbott and Scott Morrison for their poor record on climate action, and has publicly campaigned for a price on carbon. On Sunday he will discuss “the Federal Government’s budget and climate response” and putting this in light of the forthcoming G7 meeting that Scott Morrison will be attending on 10-13 June, as well as COP26 in November. Following the talk we will break out 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