Make a difference this election - a DIY guide
Across the country we have local groups of AYCC volunteers who are getting together to make the world a better place by solving climate change. This election, we're making sure that thousands of voters have climate top of mind when they head to the polls on July 2, but we need your help to reach more people.
If you're not near a local group, or you just want to get on with the task done yourself, you can take action in your own way. We've put together some resources to help you make a difference in your community.
Get people to pledge to vote climate
One of the best ways to have an impact this election is to have powerful conversations with voters about climate change and put that issue on the top of their mind when they head to the polls on Election Day - July 2. Click here to print out the sign up sheet!
Host a #climateyarn
We know that more often than not, you are the best messenger for your friends. Research tells us that people are more likely to trust their friends to give good advice about big decisions, like how to vote in an election. Bringing people together for dinner or a bevvie can be a really effective way of engaging them on the issues that really matter.
Put up some Vote Climate posters, click a poster to download it and print and get the message out in your community!
If you’ve got any questions about this guide and want to chat through some ideas and plan for kickstarting action in your local community, then get in touch with Gemma Marshall, AYCC’s Campaign Director via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 0403 979 724.