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The world's scientists and governments agree. The time to stop climate damage is now. 

And we have the solutions here, now — and ready to go.

On October 31, the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) will bring world leaders together to decide on the action we all take to ensure a healthy and safe future.

Let’s tell our elected representatives to get behind the solutions we all agree on, before this crucial moment.  

Australia is one of the sunniest, windiest places on earth — we have huge opportunities to power our lives with clean, renewable energy this decade and export our sunshine to the world.

We can’t wait any longer. Climate damage is here. The solutions we need are available and ready to renew our communities.

Call on our elected representatives to work together and do better.

They must act now to secure and create climate-positive jobs and do our part to cut pollution this decade — to keep people and wildlife safe from dangerous, climate-fuelled bushfires, droughts and storms.

Australia has the abundant clean energy, the tools and the talent to do the job. Let’s get on with it.

Sign this open letter to all Members and Senators in the Australian Parliament.

Open letter

To all Members and Senators in the Australian Parliament:

  • Power our communities and transport with clean energy. Replace coal and gas with renewable energy in the next decade.
  • Send our sunshine around the world with clean energy exports like green hydrogen, steel and aluminium.
  • Get coal and gas money out of politics and put people back in. Stop accepting dirty donations from coal and gas companies and ban big political donations to reduce their influence on decision-making.
  • Save our big backyard: protect and restore our forests, wetlands and mangroves for our climate and for the animals that call them home.

Header image: Gas field. Leonid Ikan/Shutterstock and Warwick Solar Farm. ACF

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Beth 2021-09-13 20:06:31 +1000
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Silvia 2021-09-13 17:18:30 +1000
I volunteered at Blazeaid Cobargo for a few week’s in December, January and February. The devastation from the previous bushfires was terrible, and poor farmers mentally scarred for life!!
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Amber 2021-09-13 15:32:48 +1000
In the absence of human action, COVID-19 can’t extinguish most humans; on the other hand, the rapidly warming plant can and will.
George 2021-09-13 15:03:22 +1000
Gina 2021-09-13 15:01:21 +1000
We have to achieve zero emissions asap!! even 2030 will be too late!! If you keep wrecking the world how do you think my grand children will treat you!!??!!
Marion 2021-09-13 14:52:42 +1000
John Luke 2021-09-13 14:34:26 +1000
To fix – 1, sustainable world economies
2, Sustainable wild populations
3, Sustainable use of world resources !
Have The understanding that global warming is a symptom of unsustainable world economies unsustainable use of world resources fuelled by unsustainable world population !
Ocean rise catastrophic bushfires and droughts are just some of the symptoms know the difference between the problem and the symptoms !?!!
Craig 2021-09-13 14:10:37 +1000
Time is running out. We must act now to secure and create climate-positive jobs and do our part to cut pollution this decade — to keep people and wildlife safe from dangerous, climate-fuelled bushfires, droughts and storms.
Skye 2021-09-13 13:58:47 +1000
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Diane 2021-09-13 13:25:40 +1000
Our future generations need us to make a difference yesterday.
Julie 2021-09-13 12:48:14 +1000
Carolyn 2021-09-13 12:48:00 +1000
Even NSW energy minister Matt Kean (a Liberal!) knows we can cut coal by 2030. It’s technically feasible – Australia will miss the future train unless we act now.
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If we don’t act now it will be too late. We have the knowledge and ability to make the necessary changes to achieve climate solutions now.
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