Walk Against Warming


Australia's peak nature conservation groups — the conservation councils of NSW, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia, Environment Victoria, the NT Environment Centre and Environment Tasmania — have launched a website to promote Walk Against Warming 2007, which will be held on the Sunday two weeks before this year's federal election.

In an October 2 media release, the WAW coalition stated that this year's Walk Against Warming actions "will be critical in showing all political leaders that the people of Australia expect the next federal government to take the urgent action necessary to avert dangerous climate change".

The coalition expects some 250,000 people to participate around Australia in the WAW events.

To get involved in Walk Against Warming or to find out more about why Australia needs to take action to avert dangerous climate change visit http://www.walkagainstwarming.org.

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