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Mim DiNapoli reflects on climate change impacts in Nepal
March 30, 2015

Mim DiNapoli reflects on climate change impacts in Nepal

Mim DiNapoli reflects on the people she met in Nepal, the recent tragedy at Annapurna and connecting the dots of climate impacts globally.

New Abbot Point Coal Plan Still Risks the Reef and the Climate
March 11, 2015

New Abbot Point Coal Plan Still Risks the Reef and the Climate

The AYCC has slammed the Queensland Government for putting young people’s future and the future of the Great Barrier Reef at risk from dangerous climate change by pushing forward with the Abbot Point coal port expansion.

Green is the new Black and always has been - a response to Warren Mundine
December 11, 2014

Green is the new Black and always has been - a response to Warren Mundine

Amelia Telford, National Coordinator of Seed: Australia's first Indigenous Youth Climate Network, responds to Warren Mundine's claims that "green groups" have an agenda to keep Indigenous Australians in poverty. You can read the article here.

Campaigns

For the love of

From May 18-31, go without coffee, chocolate, or beer to raise funds to protect the Great Barrier Reef!

Dump your Bank

We can ensure Australia’s big 4 banks do the right thing by speaking in a language they understand: money. If banks know that funding fossil fuel projects will cost them customers, they won’t take the risk.

Climb-it for Climate 2015

This is your chance to challenge yourself on the ultimate alpine trek and to take action against climate change. On this adventure, you will trek for 13 days through forest, across rivers and along narrow mule tracks to Everest Base Camp.

Repower Port Augusta

Port Augusta is a town at a crossroads. With two coal-fired power stations closing, there is the opportunity to decide what they are replaced with: Australia's first solar thermal plants or a combined cycle gas plant.