Right now, a pollution and extinction crisis threatens our living world. Climate damage and habitat destruction are our biggest challenges. 

To solve this we need big, systemic change. That's why we're focusing on four big goals:

Stop climate damage

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Stand up for nature

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Redesign our economy

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Fix our democracy

Stop climate damage

The number one cause of climate damage in Australia is burning coal. That's why we’re campaigning for a fast and fair transition from polluting fuels to 100% clean energy from the wind and sun.

We all want to keep enjoying life on this beautiful planet – with vibrant coral reefs, a safe climate and thriving, resilient communities.

Climate damage is here, now. Digging up and burning coal and gas is cooking our planet and harming the people we love.

Solutions are here, now. We know how to power our lives with clean energy from the sun and wind and store it in batteries.

We are here, now. People power saved Kakadu and the Franklin. Won marriage equality. Gave women the vote. Now it’s time for people power to stop climate damage.

Here's how

  • Together, we are having one million conversations across the country to make the next federal election the climate election. If they want our votes, the only option for the people's representatives is to rise to the occasion – and deliver.
  • We’re rising up to stop Adani's mega-coal mine in Queensland’s Galilee Basin. We won't let this mine wreck our climate, destroy the reef, steal groundwater or trash Indigenous rights. Together, we will #StopAdani and end coal for good.
  • We have the technology to reach 100% renewable electricity by 2030 – in just 12 years! But right now, our federal government is refusing to lead. So we’re encouraging state governments to step up and drag the laggards into the 21st century.
  • Uranium mining and radioactive waste are dirty and dangerous. That's why we're speaking out for a nuclear free future. As well as pushing for clean renewable energy, we’re standing with Aboriginal and rural communities to say no to uranium mining and to nuclear power.