Explosive reports have revealed the Morrison Government plans to give millions of public money to dirty gas projects.
These dirty gas projects will release a carbon bomb our climate and our communities cannot afford, destroying our futures for corporate profits.
That’s why we’re launching the Climate Justice Academy to rapidly scale up our grassroots organising by training more young leaders than ever before –empowering them to organise their communities to do whatever it takes to stop Morrison's dirty gas plan.
But we haven’t yet raised enough to support the huge number of young people signing up for our trainings, and if we fall short we’ll have to scale back our efforts – which is exactly what Morrison wants!
Can you chip in to help us train and build an unstoppable movement of young people all across the country to lead communities in fighting against the Morrison Government’s dirty fossil fuel agenda?
The Morrison Government is pumping billions of public dollars into helping their biggest fossil fuel donors get more dangerous gas projects up and running.
This is what a dirty political system looks like – politicians helping their donors continue to profit from destroying our futures.
That’s why we're doubling our grassroots organising efforts all across Australia, empowering more local young people than ever before to counter the fossil fuel lobby’s influence with thousands of conversations in electorates that matter.
But we haven’t yet raised enough to support all the new people joining our movement, and if we fall short we’ll have to scale back our efforts – which is exactly what Morrison’s fossil fuel donors are counting on!
Can you chip in to rapidly scale up our grassroots organising and empower thousands of young people to take on the influence of Morrison’s fossil fuel donors?
Explosive reports have revealed that Adani are bankrolling the Coalition’s Queensland state election campaign this year.
It's how the coal lobby advances their dirty agenda, and continue profiting from destroying our futures.
That’s why we need to rapidly scale up our grassroots organising efforts in Queensland to counter the coal lobby’s influence – empowering thousands of young people to have countless face-to-face conversations with voters in electorates that matter.
But we haven’t yet raised enough to make it happen, and if we fall short we’ll have to scale back our efforts – which is exactly what Adani wants!
Can you chip in to rapidly scale up our grassroots organising and empower young people to take on the million dollar warchests of Adani and the coal lobby?
The Morrison Government have put the former head of Origin Energy in charge of their climate change plan.
And now they want to open up their billion dollar ‘clean energy’ fund to be able to bankroll dangerous gas projects with public money.
But if the Morrison Government thinks they can get away with these dodgy plans behind closed doors, they’ve got another thing coming.
Our response to climate change must be set by scientists and experts, not fossil fuel executives.
Can you chip in $10 to help us mobilize and empower thousands of young people across Australia to fight back against Morrison’s dirty plan for our climate?
Clive Palmer is seeking approval for a mega coal mine right next to Adani's Carmichael mine, and it could be even bigger. The project could produce 80 million tonnes of coal per year, spelling disaster for our climate and the Great Barrier Reef.
If we want to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, all of the coal in the Galilee Basin must stay underground.
Together, we can send a loud message to Minister Frydenberg: reject this mine now.
Your support will have an incredible impact in actions on the ground to shift the politics. With your help, we'll hold our leaders accountable and shape a safe and just clean energy future.
- $12 would allow one young person to get to an action in Josh Frydenberg's electorate in Kooyong.
- $25 allows one volunteer to host a stall to collect hundreds of petition signatures and have powerful conversations.
- $50 sets up a local group for a weekend of doorknocking in marginal electorates.
- $100 can help get a young person from North Queensland to Canberra to speak to our politicians about the need to move beyond coal.