Posts Tagged ‘climate change’

1 Million Women is pleased to be the beneficiary at this special community fundraising event.
So come along and support 1 Million Women, your community, and the Earth!
Here are the event details:
Date –
Saturday, 24 March Venue – Hoyts Cinema, Warringah Mall Time – 4:30pm, movie starts at 5:00PM
Entry by gold coin donation and receive a FREE Choc Top! *All proceeds to1 Million Women (a registered charity)
RSVP with attendee names to brandnuedae@live.com.au

The 1 Million Women Campaign is a registered charity. Launched in June 2009 we have over 55,500 joined and 29,000+ on our facebook. Our long-term aim is lasting behaviour change. Our goal is to inspire 1 Million Women to take practical action on climate change by cutting 1 tonne of pollution out of daily lives in a year. It’s easy. We will show you how.

A campaign of daughters, mothers, sisters, grandmothers inspiring climate action.


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This is a very good explanantion of how the carbon tax will work.


Have a look, see what you think.

from Robyn

The City of Sydney was proud to host Professor Ross Garnaut last month at a sold-out public forum for the Sydney launch of his updated Climate Change Review.

The Garnaut update warns that even with current international commitments to reduce carbon emissions, global average temperatures could rise by 3°C or 4°C, with 6°C a possibility at the end of the century.


Scroll down untill you find Ross Garnaut’s talk.

from Permacultutre Warringah, Pittwater, Manly.

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Saturday 16th July  – 9.30am

  • Climate Change  discussion  with Jaden Harris from Sydney Youth Climate Action Network; Youth Climate Coalition Organisation

Come and listen to this young man talk about climate change & how it affects you.

SYCAN-Sydney Youth Climate Action Network

The Sydney Youth Climate Action Network, or SYCAN, was formed by a group of like-minded young people at an OzGreen YOUth LEADing Australia congress. We are community-based, Non-Profit, group of youth volunteers who recognise the world is facing a crisis. We are working in our local communities to reduce emissions through education and practical solutions. Together we aim to grow the youth climate movement to solve climate change and ensure a safe future for our children.

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