Climate crisis

Location: Woodville Reserve Pavilion (Namur St North Perth)

On Friday the 21st of August Nev Power, the Chairman of the National Covid-19 Co-ordination Commission will be speaking at an expensive business breakfast at the Perth convention centre.

Extinction Rebellion Geelong will be meeting at 2pm on Saturday 18 January to discuss and plan future local actions.

This is our first meeting for 2020.

Meeting will take place in Lower Hall, Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers Street Geelong.

We acknowledge that Extinction Rebellion Geelong meets on Wadda Wurrung land, land that was stolen and never ceded. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.

Thursday 27 February, 6.30pm, Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers St, Geelong

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

Sat Feb 22, 2pm State Library, corner Swanston St & La Trobe St, Melbourne CBD

The rally has been called by a meeting of more than 20 climate, social justice organisations and union activists in Melbourne.

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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!

Coinciding with the beginning of the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 27), we will be calling on our federal and state governments to take the action we need for Australia to fulfill its emission reduction obligations.
New Environment Minister, Amber Jade Sanderson is preparing to sign off on parts of Woodside's planned gas expansion. Woodside is desperate for her to approve it, as it would allow their Pluto LNG facility to process fossil gas from the Scarborough field. We need to let the Minister know that despite any pressure she is feeling from Woodside and BHP, the WA community is against more fossil gas expansion.

The Peoples Climate Assembly is a coalition of action groups working together to make a stand against the ignorance of the Australian government and to demand real action in the face of the climate change emergency. 

Here's the updated schedule for the Peoples Climate Assembly, 2-6 February at Parliament House in Canberra. The program begins on Sunday February 2, 11am with a Welcome ro Country at the Aboriginal Embassy next to Old Parliament House.

Join us in Geelong for the Global #ClimateStrike on March 25!

Assembles at Parramatta Town Hall and goes to Prince Alfred Sq. Demands: Climate actions now. Protect our water. Relief for bushfire affected communities. Fund the firefighters. Organised by Bushfire Rebellion, Extinction Rebellion Western Sydney and Parramatta Climate Action Network.

Saturday 7 March, 2pm, Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers St, Geelong

Wild Things: A Year on the Frontline of Environmental Activism, Brisbane premiere at New Farm Cinema. Join us for a special advance screening at 630pm and Q&A at 8pm with Director Sally Ingleton & Bob Brown via zoom -On The Big Screen and Adani Activist Andy Paine and moderator Debra Beattie Live -In Cinema

Join us to show your opposition to Viva's gas import terminal proposal.

Community opposition is key to showing our representatives and the Planning Minister Richard Wynne that we don't want or need this terminal.

The terminal will subject the residents of Geelong to additional risk, endanger the health of the bay and is a fossil fuel project that our climate cannot tolerate.
We need to show Viva and the government that we don't want or need a gas terminal - and we want investment in renewables instead.

Out of control emergency bushfires are sweeping across the state - destroying thousands of hectares, houses, and lives.

These fires, heatwaves, and droughts are not just unprecedented - they're the direct result of decades of climate destruction at the hands of fossil fuel loving politicians.

Australia's climate is changing and as a result we're seeing drier and hotter conditions. The windows of opportunity to safely carry out fuel reduction via back burning are closing, which has led us to the bushfire disaster we are seeing this summer.


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