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Are Climate Activists Funny?

Posted in Events by Kate Archdeacon on November 6th, 2012

9 November , 2012
8:00 pmto10:00 pm

Quit Coal, Climate Action Moreland and Beyond Zero Emissions are putting on a whole night where people can come and watch climate activists trying to be funny! It is comedy for, by and about the climate movement. So it’s bound to be hilarious, right?

Plus it will be raising money to help people affected by climate change through Tulele Peisa, an organization of the people of the Carteret Islands who are organizing their own relocation as their islands are inundated by sea level rise.

So make sure you get down to the Brunswick Town Hall on November the 9th. There will drinks and prizes and the almost certain humiliation of environmental campaigners. Everybody’s favourite mining magnate Twiggy Palmcock will be making an appearance too!

Tickets $20 full, $15 concession, $30 proactive supporter, $50 Climate Champion!


BYO Tomatoes for throwing.

November 9, from 8pm
Brunswick Town Hall
233 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Support renewable energy in Bendigo: Thursday 29th

Posted in Events, Movements by Kate Archdeacon on September 26th, 2011

29 September , 2011
12:30 pmto1:30 pm
Source: Mt Alexander Sustainability Group Inc (MASG)

Photo: Launch of Mt Barker Community Wind Farm in Western Australia

Help us hand over an invitation to the Premier Mr. Baillieu to come to Castlemaine for a public presentation of the Mount Alexander Sustainability Group (MASG) community wind power project.

The Coalition government recently BANNED COMMUNITY WIND FARMS from the Mount Alexander Shire and City of Bendigo east of the Calder freeway and gave us NO REASON WHY.   At the same time the Coalition government has announced the biggest expansion of COAL AND GAS MINING & EXPLORATION IN DECADES and is supporting a NEW PRIVATELY OWNED COAL POWER STATION with $50 M taxpayers’ money. We want to invite the Premier to Castlemaine so that he understands the social, environmental and financial benefits of community-owned wind power and supports renewable energy.

Show your support for community owned renewable energy this Thursday the 29th of September at 12.30pm at the Bendigo office of the Premier Level 1 56-60 King Street Bendigo

If you can’t make it send a message to the Premier Ted Baillieu and let him know how you feel 9651 5000 or and ring or email Damian Drum, 5443-6277 our Upper House member and Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Development. Tell them you want a wind industry in Victoria, that the wind industry is good for regional economies, farmers and Councils and the environment and you support a Community wind farm in the Mt Alexander Shire and want the blanket ban reversed.

For more information contact Dean on 0448 327 791 or

Reminder – THE CLIMATE ACTION SUMMIT – starting Saturday 31 January

Posted in Events by Ferne Edwards on January 29th, 2009

This Summit is very close to commencing. See below for information about attending – it’s still not too late!

This exciting and critical event is the first of its kind, and we look forward to an inspiring four days of networking, strategizing and action with hundreds of people from across the climate movement. If you have not already registered please do so as soon as possible, via the to help us judge numbers.

To find out more about the Summit visit this previous post on Sustainable Melbourne.

Can you help a new Climate Action Centre?

Posted in Seeking by Devin Maeztri on November 10th, 2008

A new climate action centre in Carlton South is in the process of being established.

The centre will be a open resource hub for community climate actions, meetings and much more. Already a number of organisations and groups have already indicated that they will be making use of the centre.

Keep your eyes open for a invite to the grand opening!

In the meantime, in the spirit of free-cycling, we are looking for office equipment etc. that needs a new home. Please, we don’t want your junk! but if you have well worn, but functioning furniture or equipment that is in the list below we would love to hear from you.

If you can assist, please respond to Damien 0419253342 or

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Seeking for Climate Project Connectors

Posted in Movements by Devin Maeztri on November 4th, 2008

Australian Conservation Foundation needs you to become a Climate Project Connector!
To apply to be a Climate Project Connector visit Connect Me!

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