Parliament House Lawn, Canberra
On the first day of Parliament for 2018, let’s turn up in force to show our politicians that the community is ready to ramp up national pressure to make sure Adani’s mega coal mine is stopped once and for all. Invite your friends and bring your StopAdani signs and tshirts.

Walk Against Warming is on again outside New Parliament House! We've timed our walk to coincide with the federal election. This election, help us put the pressure on our political leaders to: Make the: Big polluters pay Replace our most polluting power stations with clean energy Create new clean jobs and industries Guarantee to cut pollution over the next term of government Support poor and vulnerable countries to tackle the impacts of climate change
OPTUS Theatre, CSIRO Discovery Centre, Clunies Ross Street A lecture by Professor Tony McMichael on the consequences of climate change for our wellbeing, health and survival. The looming toll of heatwaves and bushfires, infectious diseases, extreme weather events and impaired food yields will impact Australia and the world, with sequeleae for health and population and community displacement.
Organised by Amnesty International on the 9th anniversary of the sinking of the SIEV X. Supported by Steve Biddulph.
Convergence on Canberra to save the lives of Iranian refugees in Camp Ashraf, Iraq. Stop hanging, stoning and cruel punishment in Iran. Demonstration to begin outside Parliament House at 12:30pm, to arrive at the Iraqi embassy at 2:30pm. Organised by the Association to Defend Freedom and Human Rights in Iran-Australia.
Venue: Manning Clarke Centre, ANU Presented by Resistance People across the Arab world have been inspired by the example of Tunisia and Egypt. In Libya people have started a revolution. Stifling political repression, corruption, nepotism and flamboyant lifestyles enjoyed overseas by Gaddafi’s children, have proved too much.
Prof Warwick McKibbin, ANU, The Brookings Institution, Reserve Bank of Australia Board member Lenore Taylor SMH, Parliamentary Press Gallery, ABC Insiders Venue: National Press Club, Bourke St room, National Crt, Barton RSVP

Join the Climate Crisis National Day of Action event in Canberra!

Sat Feb 22, 12pm at Garema Place, Civic

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ACT Conservation Council, 17 Childers St Acton
The exhibition, Human Impact, by Mr Barak Zelig coincides with 2010 The International Year of Biodiversity and highlights the impact of climate change. The artwork series focuses on the loss, destruction and tragedy imposed on our environment. Australian landscape sites represented include Mildura, Lake Mungo, Murray-Darling Basin, Canberra and Lake George. Join us for a special floor talk by Mr Barak Zelig on Thursday, 19 August at 10.30 am. Where is it On?: CSIRO Discovery Black Mountain Laboratories Clunies Ross Street Acton ACT 2601


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