11am – 2.30pm at Melbourne Girls College in Richmond. See climate scientist Prof. David Karoly, comedian Rod Quantock, and CEO of the Yarra Energy Foundation Alex Fearnside. Join in the community discussion about our climate future.
Two award winning and eye-opening films are coming to inner Melbourne. Beating the Bomb, a documentary about the nuclear industry and anti-nuclear movement is showing on 20 and 27 April in Richmond and Northcote respectively. The Economics of Happiness, exploring the concept of relocalisation, is showing in Carlton on 3 May. More details in this post.
Wednesday 3 November, 5.30-6.30pm, 112 Smith St, Collingwood.
For the last nine months, rain, hail or shine, committed members of Yarra Climate Action Now have been “rebranding” Richmond Labor MP Richard Wynne EVERY SINGLE WEEK!
We would like to invite you to celebrate the 40th rebranding in a row with us!
In a vote this week, Yarra City Council has called on the State and Federal governments to replace all of Hazelwood coal-fired power station with renewable energy by 2014, and for proposals for a new coal plant to be scrapped.
Join this community forum to discuss the latest climate science and solutions for a sustainable future.
11am – 2pm, 9 October 2010
Lyceum, Melbourne Girls’ College, Yarra Boulevard, Richmond
An info session on the Vote Climate campaign for the Victorian Election. Come along to find out how you can be involved.
October 13th, 2010 @ 6:00 pm
Level 2, Kindness House, 288 Brunswick St, Fitzroy
While we still don’t know who will be our Prime Minister, one thing is clear – the Greens have been the big winners in this election. Adam Bandt, Sarah Hanson-Young, Bob Brown and Richard Di Natale. Photo: AAP Here in the seat of Melbourne, Adam Bandt won his party’s first ever lower house seat (in [...]
Sunday 4 July
1.00pm to 4.00pm
Melbourne Girls College, Yarra Blvd, Richmond
The campaign to Replace Hazelwood power station with renewable energy (and energy efficiency) is gathering strength. You may have seen the coverage in the media recently as well as Hazelwood’s owners’ outrageous attempt to sabotage energy efficiency programs. Hazelwood brown coal-fired power station near Morwell is Australia’s most polluting power station. Replacing it with renewable [...]
A video about our weekly rebranding sessions, pressuring the Labor Party and the Brumby Government to get our of the pocket of the coal industry an start doing something real about the climate crisis – such as transitioning Victoria out of coal and to renewable energy.