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.
The Black Summer bushfires, fuelled by climate change, devastated communities and the environment. But who pays for the clean up and the recovery? Join Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore, bushfire survivor Fiona Lee, former Deputy Commissioner of Fire and Rescue NSW Ken Thompson for a discussion about the need for a National Climate Disaster Levy, in conversation with Mark Ogge, Principal Advisor at the Australia Institute. Part of the Australia Institute webinar series.
Join for our online counter conference November 22-29 – Beyond Mining: Protecting Land, Water & Life. Join us for a week of workshops, panels, discussions, podcasts, movies, music and connection.
Climate Action Newcastle and Newcastle Climate Change Response are members of the Alliance and they are passionate about connecting community groups that have shared values and concerns who can work together to create the region’s future.
Western Australia is lucky enough to have some of the best renewable energy resources, biodiversity, and technological capacity in the world. There is huge opportunity for the state to become a world leader in clean jobs and climate action.
IMA Touring Australia with the support of the IMA presents INFRACTIONS, a feature length video installation in dialogue with frontline Indigenous cultural workers’ struggles against threats to more than 50% of the Northern Territory from shale gas fracking.
The Commonwealth Government, the Opposition, all state and territory governments, and many businesses are committed to a target of net zero emissions. The Commonwealth has resisted committing to a 2050 timeline.
An evening of networking and professional development to engage in sustainability education in the community. This event will allow people to connect, imagine and engage in sustainability education.
Are you new to Extinction Rebellion or an old hand keen to refresh or re-ground your understanding of Extinction Rebellion DNA? In this key workshop, presented by John Smout, XR will take a deep dive into the organisation’s culture exploring: