Clean State is an independent initiative advocating for action on climate change and jobs in Western Australia. We represent thousands of individuals and hundreds of businesses and other organisations who are dedicated to climate action across the state. We promote solutions that create thousands of jobs supporting businesses, families and communities and make our state a fairer, safer place to live and work.
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.
Join SS4C WA on Thursday November 5!WA Parliament will be debating whether to implement a Climate Change Act, so please come and show your support for this legislation.
On 5th November, the most progressive voice in the WA Parliament, The Greens, will be hosting a rally at Parliament House, in support of the first piece of legislation to be debated in the WA Parliament that establishes hard targets to get WA to zero emissions by 2040.
Everyone is welcome to join us to learn about peaceful protesting, de-escalation, regeneration and much more.
Following up from a fascinating presentation “A Jewel in the Crown of a Global Biodiversity Hotspot” by Professor Hans Lambers at the recent NRPG Bush Carers AGM, Hans has offered to give a tour of the unique Alison Baird Reserve in the Yule Brook area, featured in his presentation. This time of the year is ideal to see the wildflowers and so you are invited to join this nature walk. Bring: Hat, water, sunglasses and sunscreen, and snack if desired.
Join Conservation Council of WA, Clean State and local leaders from the Bunbury community for an action-packed day of discussion and workshopping community ideas that can generate jobs and new business for a clean and sustainable WA.
Let’s get into some craftivism! A weekly sewing circle in Geraldton to raise awareness of Forests under threat of logging and clearing in the South West.Come and stitch an up-cycled leaf to wear as a badge, a conversation starter: spread the message about protecting precious forests in the south west.
In 2021, the AAEE conference will take place in Mandurah, a city renowned for its beautiful waterways, internationally recognised wetlands, ancient thrombolites and enchanting plants and wildlife. This global biodiversity hotspot truly is Mandjoogoordap: the meeting place of the heart.
Join CJU for an online discussion with Bella from Connection and Wellbeing Australia on designing the first steps of their mental health and well being program, policies and work.