You may have seen various survey results showing that a large majority of Australians are against projects like the Adani mine, and want more climate action from the Government. Yet, politically, nothing seems to change.
As the next federal election approaches, there's an important conversation that needs to be had with voters. It centres on how much does the need for climate action *actually influence* peoples' voting choices?
This conversation will be part of the campaign the ACF are officially launching in Melbourne on June 5 (see Event pages). We thought we'd start a little early. We're going to test the waters by surveying people about how high or low they rate climate action as voting issue, and how they might be persuaded to adjust that rating.
Can we "count you in"?
If you are interested in attending and can spare a couple of hours next Saturday (May 26), please RSVP to this event. I will send you further details when you do.
We will meet outside Ashburton Library at 10:30am for a briefing beforehand. All materials will be provided.
PS: we don't need a lot of people (~8) for this event, but will be planning several more. So, if you can't make this one feel free to send me an expression of interest.
ACF Community Higgins Climate Action Group is part of a network of independently organised, volunteer-run groups in the ACF community. ACF will pass on your contact details to the host for the purpose of running the event.