School Strike 4 Climate

School Strike 4 Climate has called a national day of action focussed on decarbonising the post-COVID-19 economy. And they are asking for support from workers and the community.

Ahead of this Friday’s global climate strikes, the Australian Council of Trade Unions has released a statement of support for students striking from school for climate action. The ACTU joins more than 30 Australian unions that have endorsed the School Strike for Climate movement.

School Strike 4 Climate has recently updated its national demands to incorporate just transitions and job creation for communities impacted by the transition beyond fossil fuels. Here they explain why.

School Strike 4 Climate outline just 10 of many reasons why you should join students when they go on strike to save the climate on September 20.

School Strike 4 Climate released the following statement on July 3.

School Strike 4 Climate is encouraging unionists to move the following motion at meetings of their trade unions.

Join us on May 21, to call on the Morrison Government to invest in renewable energy and First Nations solutions that care for country, not dirty gas projects.

The organisers of this event acknowledge that this event takes place on stolen Whadjuk Noongar land, more specifically Boorloo. Sovereignty was never ceded.
The fight for climate justice will never be achieved without justice and land rights for first nations people.

On the 21st of May School Strike 4 Climate Australia is having a national day of action to demand that our government scraps their gas lead Covid-19 recovery! We call for the government to #FundOurFutureNotGas!

Part of nationwide School Strike For Climate actions. Find details of actions in other cities here

On May 21, we’re striking to tell the Morrison Government that if they care about our future, they must stop throwing money at gas.

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