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Climate Action Darwin is a growing community group of volunteers getting together to support a vision for a safe climate and a sustainable future. Our objective, as part of a national Community Climate Network, is to address climate change through community engagement and political mobilisation, for all people, all species and all generations. Find out more at www.climateactiondarwin.org
Sutherland Climate Action Network helps raise awareness about climate change and promotes strong action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across Sutherland Shire, New South Wales, Australia and the world. We meet on the first Tuesday of every second month (February, April, June, August, October and December), 6:45pm-8:45pm at Sutherland Library, 30-36 Belmont Street, Sutherland. We also have a Yahoo group for online discussion: please join us!
The Sydney Youth Climate Action Network, or SYCAN, was formed by a group of like-minded young people at an OzGreen YOUth LEADing Australia congress. We are community-based, Non-Profit, group of youth volunteers who recognise the world is facing a crisis. We work in two areas 1) Our local communities to reduce emissions through education and practical solutions and 2) Our schools, linking environment groups to grow and strenghten the youth climate movement.
We're a bunch of about 15-20 kean beans at Sydney Uni. We're currently campaigning on getting Sydney Uni to switch to 100% renewable energy by 2020 by installing on-site renewable energy generators like solar panels and maybe even windmills on the rural campuses. We also campaign on No New Coal, indigenous solidarity, forest conservation and work with the Australian Student Enviro Network (ASEN) which links up groups like us across the country.
Climate Action Sydney Eastern Suburbs (CASES) is a coalition of climate concerned residents of Sydney's eastern suburbs, taking in the Federal electorates of Wentworth (Malcom Turnbull - Lib) and Kingsford-Smith (Peter Garett - ALP) as well as the NSW state seats of Maroubra (Michael Daley - ALP), Coogee (Bruce Notley-Smith - Lib), Vaucluse (Peter Debnam - Lib) and a bit of Heffron (Kristina Keneally - ALP).
I have long been aware of our obligation to tread lightly on the surface of our life-giving planet. This began way back in the 1970s, when the shortage of food across the world became apparent to me. Back then I bought Recipes For a Small Planet and started cooking with beans, lentils and rice. Since then I’ve become aware of so many more global issues, feeling somewhat swamped and angry at the same time. The west still has slaves. They are the poorly paid third...
Climate Action Newtown is a local community organisation based in Newtown, NSW. Our goal is to educate and activate the local community about climate change – with a focus on community building and the solutions that exist now.
Manly Warringah CAG is a group of local residents from all backgrounds working together to address the single biggest issue facing humanity - climate change. We are a community-based, non-party political group of volunteers who recognise that the world is facing a crisis. Manly Warringah CAG is here for people of all walks of life who want to be part of the solution, to meet like-minded people, and to feel inspired. We welcome new faces with open arms. "Our vision is for the Manly...
We are an active group of people in Western Sydney from various backgrounds and ages. We work with government, business and the community at large to raise awareness and enable action on climate change. ParraCAN is a member of CANA and the Community Climate Network, Australia.
The Wybong Action Group Incorporated (WAG) is a group of concerned Wybong residents dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the Natural Environment and the Communities of Wybong and Muswellbrook Shire by the defeat of the multiple threats posed to the continuing existence of Wybong and Muswellbrook Shire by:
We are an active climate crisis group who are resolute on making a difference. Our primary aims are to make the community more aware of climate change issues and to be politically active in the process.
Established in 2005, our branch is based in Grafton on the NSW North Coast. Other branches are based in Port Macquarie and Taree on the Mid North Coast. We have participated in campaigns such as "Walk Against Warming" (as part of the annual Jacaranda Parade) and "350" (for which we gave $50 to 7 bike users to encourage cycling in town).
The Nimbin Environment Center is active on a number of campaigns and has chosen to run 100% Renewable Campaign surveys in conjunction with Lismore Climate Action Group with Tom Driftwood as the main local organiser. The surveying is going really well with the current tally at over 750 surveys completed - nearly all done at the Lismore Car Boot market, The Con Market and especially The Channon Craft Market. For more information or to find out ways you can help, contact Tom on: 02 6689 5693...
We’re a part of a world-wide movement of local communities building resilience in response to peak oil and climate change. Our aim is to provide an open network for everyone interested in living sustainability throughout the Byron Shire. We recently hosted a Zero Carbon Australia Plan 2020 put on by Beyond Zero Emissions, supported by our local Shire Council and have initiated a Transition Energy Group to take local action and lobby for renewables nationwide
We exist to find solutions to our common environmental problems. We are located in the town of Murwillumbah (surrounded by 7 National Parks, some World Heritage Listed) in the beautiful Tweed Valley, northern New South Wales. A Voluntary Conservation Organisation and a registered Charitable Organisation. our group consist of local community volunteers/members working together to educate the community, protect our region and foster more environmentally sustainable development. Go to our...
WeCAN - West for Climate Action Now - is the latest incarnation of the semi-formal WeCAN campaign network that Melbourne's western suburbs climate activists have had for several years, starting as "Western Community Action Network".
The Climate Action Centre is an open access resource centre for community climate action groups and climate activists in Victoria. We aim to provide timely information, resources and ideas for action to the public and the climate movement.
The principal objective of WarrandyteCAN is to communicate to our community the urgent need to take immediate action on climate change, to raise awareness and empower people to act to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We were formed in 2007 and have over 450 supporters.
Join a dynamic, creative community group focused on education and action. Geelong Sustainability Group's vision is an environmentally and economically sustainable, spiritually fullfilling and socially just human presence on the planet focused in the Geelong region.
BREAZE (Ballarat Renewable Energy And Zero Emissions) is a not-for-profit community climate action group based in Ballarat, regional Victoria. In 4 years, BREAZE has grown to 650 financial members, more than 2,000 subscribers, a dozen staff and hundreds of volunteers. We've installed around 440kW of solar on domestic and school roofs and nearly 200 solar hot water systems. BREAZE are educating the community, providing practical information, discounted bulk-buys for members, building...
Small group that meets irregularly on as needs basis and uses email as normal means of communication. Action Plan has been developed. Main activities so far have been awareness raising and input to development of Northern Grampians Shire sustainable living plan. preparing to develop grant bids and set actions for 2011.
WISE has been going for around 3 years, and was incorporated in 2009. We are committed to assisting the local Macedon Ranges community to take responsibility for their carbon future. WISE is the renewable energy arm of the Macedon Ranges Sustainability Group (MRSG), located at the Neighbourhood House, Forest Road, Woodend.
Climate Action and sustainability Group based in Central Victoria with 800 members. Most of our work is helping local people take action on climate change through a variety of projects. We have recently become more involved in advocating for structural changes in policies of the decision makers in government and business around climate change.
Cultivating sustainable community by working together to Use natural resources wisely and reduce waste Promote the use of renewable energy Grow, produce & purchase locally Develop and share resources, knowledge & skills Foster sustainable thinking and actions
The Bendigo Sustainability Group (BSG) brings together people with a shared interest in sustainable living, be it solar power, sustainable food and gardening, community education, energy efficiency or even sustainability policy development. Our goal is to create a supportive culture for understanding, inspiration, action and hope, from which we can grow a sustainable future with the wider Bendigo community.
Our focus is for residents, businesses and community groups to reduce their energy and water consumption, minimise waste and increase biodiversity, to make the change to a low carbon sustainable lifestyle. Meetings held on the second Monday of the month ( except January) demonstrate how to make this lifestyle change by sharing views, knowledge, interests, etc.
Welcome to Gippsland Friends of Future Generations. GFFG supports alternative energy development and clean energy generation to help combat anthropogenic climate change. The geography of South Gippsland in Victoria, covering Yarram, Wilsons Promontory, Wonthaggi and Phillip Island, is suited to wind powered electricity generation - our weblog provides accurate, objective, up-to-date news items, information and opinions supporting renewable energy for a clean, sustainable future.
Sustainability and climate change focussed community group in a small Brisbane suburb, with a focus on relocalisation, community supported agriculture (FoodConnect), bush reveg, political lobbying, awareness raising and connecting and empowering community
UQ Climate for Change is a group of students and staff at the University of Queensland who came together to raise awareness and generate action on issues of environmental sustainability, and most urgently, on climate change.
Sustainable Jamboree is a volunteer-based not for profit community group established in 2006. Although it's based in the Jamboree Ward of Brisbane, all are welcome. Sustainable Jamboree is connected with the Community Climate Network Qld, Transition Towns movement and Beyond Zero Emissions. The group's current focus is climate change events, campaigns and policy advocacy. Sustainable Jamboree is about lowering our ecological footprint and learning from eachother to find ways to...
Transition Town Initiative for Kurilpa captures West End, Highgate Hill, Hill End and South Brisbane. Anyone who lives and/or works in the Kurilpa area is welcome to come and join us. We aim to have a sustainable Kurilpa peninsular. We are targeting action on the twin and related issues of Climate Change and Peak Oil, as well as broader issues of sustainability.
Transition East is an official Transition Town Initiative which covers the Morningside Ward. We have regular get-togethers and movie nights and most members are actively engaged in the local community as members of community farms, bike groups, neighbourhood planning teams etc
Peak conservation body on the Gold Coast, QLD. Over 300 members. Website: www.gecko.org.au
focusing on the values, principles, and aspirations which underpin a sustainable future, BOSS is committed to ensuring our community has a vibrant, caring and green future with a visible connection with, and a celebration of its past and the natural environment.
A small group committed to highlighting the predicted environmental and social impacts of climate change on our region and creating a unified voice from industry and residents calling for real solutions to climate change.