Griffith #Climate Election Forum

Come to the Griffith #ClimateElection Forum in West End to hear from youth voices demanding climate leadership, and taking that message to candidates in our electorate!
Climate damage is hurting us. Last January was the hottest month on record. There were scorching heat waves of almost 50 degrees from Adelaide to Sydney. Flash flooding in Townsville. Unprecedented wildfires in Tasmania.
Young people will be some of the hardest hit by climate change and yet too often our voices are ignored or shut out of political debates. But it’s our future on the line and under threat from Government inaction on climate change. - so we are forcing our way in!
The Griffith #ClimateElection Forum is our opportunity to hear from a diverse range of young people impacted by climate change, what it means to them, and their vision for the future. Politicians will be invited to listen to the discussion, and the audience will have a chance to ask them how they plan to lead Australia beyond fossil fuels.
It’s also our chance to show politicians all around the country that Queensland youth need!
We need to pack out the room, so bring your friends and family as well.
This event is hosted by The Australian Youth Climate Coalition, Parents for Climate Action, and representatives from the School Strike 4 Climate, on the stolen land of the Jagera and Turrbul peoples.
April 15, 2019 at 6:15pm - 8pm
A.H.E.P.A. Hall
126 Boundary St
West End, QLD 4101
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Nick Carter · · 0414963060

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