Canberra Day of Climate Action

National Day of Climate Action > Canberra Day of Climate Action

On 17th November, tens of thousands of Australians will gather in every capital city and hundreds of regional towns - to make it clear that Australians want stronger action on climate change. Make sure you RSVP today to turn up the heat on climate action.
Please also invite your friends to the Facebook event


  • Sunday
  • 17th November 2013
  • 11:00 am
  • ended event - capacity of 20000 guests.


  • Garema Place Canberra 2601

From the host

WEAR HOT SUMMER COLOURS. Think red, orange, yellow - shirts, clothes, signs, banners, facepaint, hats, umbrellas and any other creative ideas. Together we will turn up the heat on climate action! Also bring water, hat and sunscreen. Look forward to our speakers: Dave Livingstone (United Firefighters Union), Amelia Telford (Australian Youth Climate Coalition), Josh Creaser (, Maria Tiimon Chi-Fang (Pacific Calling Partnership), Shane Rattenbury (Greens), Andrew Leigh (Australian Labor Party).


Thursday, 24 October 2013

Good on you, let's hope it will be a success!

Thursday, 14 November 2013

Comment by Dan (Sydney Event) Saturday, 9 November 2013
Whether you believe in climate science, are confused or don’t believe, do not get caught in the net of apathy. When the civil rights movement happened in the US people did not debate the nature of freedom, they just agreed people should be free. Climate change is a symbol of caring about the earth, rejecting a society where selfishness is the core and where a powerful minority can distort a debate backed by an enormous majority. Whether the climate is changing or not - do you believe we are damaging the earth significantly? Do you believe that the earth is incredible and worth saving? Do you believe in a democracy where the powerful few cannot control the many? Do you believe that community is more important than selfishness? Then join me next Sunday at 11am.

Friday, 15 November 2013

Well said D/Jan!! How did you get in my head??

Tuesday, 19 November 2013

I would like to see more specific strategic planning being done regarding how to get the business community on board with this. That's the only way substantial change is going to be happening in this country, when it is in the business community's best interests to support the changes required. Take a look here for good examples reported by Oxfam: