The Women’s Climate Justice Collective welcomes anyone interested in promoting feminist climate justice to come along to our January meeting.
ClimActs is a non-profit, voluntary-run performance collective with the express purpose of holding powerful polluters and their enablers (such as politicians, media, financiers) responsible for the climate and biodiversity crisis to account.
Join us for the season finale of our online talk series, Cocktails, Controversy and Conservation! This week we will talk about climate change, renewables and how we can learn from our communities coming together after COVID-19 to fight for our futures and the environment.
Join us for Dr Rebecca Huntley’s book launch, taking place via Zoom on Tuesday 1 December at 5:30 pm.
This event brings together thought leaders on one of the most important issues of our time – climate change. It features a line up of influencers and climate change advocates.
Join us for a Day of Action at the opening game of the Australia V India Cricket Tour! Stop Adani need to ramp up the pressure to make sure SBI make the right decision and rule out providing taxpayer funds for Adani!
Stop Adani need to ramp up the pressure to make sure SBI make sure they make the right decision and rule out providing taxpayer funds for Adani! The day of action coincides with the launch of the Indian cricket tour of Australia at the SCG in Sydney. This is a key opportunity to use the profile and influence of the Indian cricket team to get this issue to the top of the cultural and political agenda.
Climates is a non-profit organisation that is building a network of volunteers, supporters, communities and businesses across Australia and Pacific Island countries.
ClimateWorks Australia was founded in 2009 to help bridge the gap between climate research and action. Recognising this need, The Myer Foundation and Monash University partnered to create a new, independent not for profit, working within the Monash Sustainable Development Institute (MSDI). For the past decade we have played a unique role in Australia’s transition towards a net zero future.
We’re a trusted adviser and convenor in Australia’s transition to a prosperous low-carbon future.
Our History In August 2019, the CEO of Farmers for Climate Action challenged a lifelong veterinarian by asking – What is the veterinary profession doing to address climate change? A few weeks later we had a team of passionate people from our profession and held our first formal meeting in early September 2019. Veterinarians and vet […]
In 2006, Nobel Laureate and former US Vice President Al Gore got the world talking about climate change with the Academy Award-winning film An Inconvenient Truth. It was just the beginning of a climate revolution. Later that year, he founded what would become The Climate Reality Project to move the conversation forward and turn awareness into […]