Doorknocking for 20 000 Conversations about Renewable Energy before June!

May 4, 2011 at 8:16 am Leave a comment

In June Rob Oakeshott will table 20 000 renewable energy surveys collected from around the country by climate action groups like us as part of the national 100% Renewables Campaign.

We’ve set a target of 500 surveys, and we’ve already started, talking to people at the Sydney Road festival (see Jody pictured above), in the Coburg Mall, and coming up this weekend in fantastic Fawkner.

If you’d like to be a part of this national community campaign for green energy – get in touch! Details are below:

Doorknocking for Renewable Energy
Saturday, May 7, 1pm – 4pm (training from 1pm – 2pm)
Meet at Fawkner Neighbourhood House at the CB Smith Reserve
Corner of Jukes Road and Williams Road, Fawkner

Call Ellen on 0408 583 694 for more information.

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