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We love a sunpowered country

A handful of companies are burning dirty energy like coal, polluting our skies and fuelling global warming. 

We want to live in a world where life can thrive. Where we power our lives with clean energy from the sun and wind. A world where we use energy wisely.

A world where the idea of extinction is extinct and the places we love are no longer under threat. Where our Great Barrier Reef is still a natural wonder.

A world where businesses create opportunities by working in harmony with nature, and people work in jobs with a future. Where our economic decisions are shaped by what we value in life.

A world where our children and future generations can thrive.

Woman holding signs in a climate march

Photo: James Thomas


100% clean energy. 100% possible.

We know how to create this world.

We have the technology. Communities across our wide brown land have already started. But our government, bewitched by a handful of big polluting companies, is slowing us down.

Our pollution crisis means the changes we must make are more urgent than ever and we have no time to lose. Together, we must roll up our sleeves and build the pathway to our clean energy future as we go.

We’re calling on our federal government to commit to a national Clean Energy Transformation Plan so Australia can shift to 100 per cent clean energy, transition away from the dirty energy of the past, and use energy wisely.

The truth is: the natural world is changing. And we are totally dependent on that world. It provides our food, water and air. It is the most precious thing we have and we need to defend it. ―David Attenborough

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22 December 16

Australia’s National Greenhouse Gas Inventory – pollution levels still going up

This government has made no progress in reducing Australia’s overall levels of climate pollution.

08 December 16

Funding Adani would be Turnbull's Trump moment

Australians will not stand by while the Great Barrier Reef becomes a bleached wasteland and our Prime Minister entrenches Australia's dependence on a dirty, declining industry, writes Geoff Cousins.

08 December 16

Clean energy policies would create tens of thousands more Qld jobs than Adani

The real jobs boom in Queensland is in clean energy and protecting the 70,000 jobs that depend on a healthy Great Barrier Reef, not in Adani’s reef-wrecking coal mine.

08 December 16

90,000 new jobs for Queensland

How strong climate action creates jobs and cuts pollution

05 December 16

Review a chance to replace Australia’s ineffective climate policies with ones that work

Time for the government to stop sending mixed signals, such as support for Adani’s mega-polluting Carmichael coal project.

28 November 16

Call for coal closure becomes a chorus

Senate inquiry calls for national plan to shut coal fired power stations.

28 November 16

Gaping holes appear in Turnbull’s Direct Action climate policy

The Australian Government continues to state that its ‘Direct Action’ climate policy is working, but we keep seeing more evidence that our greenhouse pollution is going up.

18 November 16

What the Trump victory means for climate action in Australia

In the international Climate Change Performance index, Australia ranked fifth-last out of 58 countries. So where to from here, and where does climate sit with the incoming President Trump?

10 November 16

Paris ratification an important step

Australia has ratified the Paris Climate Agreement.