Posts filed under ‘Climate Emergency’

Submission: Moreland Nature Plan needs to recognise existential threat to biodiversity

Kangaroos in Northern Memorial Park

Moreland Council has had a commitment to developing a biodiversity Strategy since at least 2004, but this strategy has been consistently overlooked. We have a Climate Emergency. But we also have an ecological and biodiversity emergency. Both crises are related and need to be addressed together.

Moreland acknowledged we have a climate emergency. Now we need the proposed Nature Plan, which we have waited 16 years for, to reflect the global science on the existential threats to ecosystems and biodiversity. This is important even in highly built up areas such as Moreland, which still harbours over 900 sepecies, at least 36 of them being threatened species.
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June 26, 2020 at 12:46 pm 1 comment

Moreland plans well on track to meet Net Zero by 2050 climate target

Impact on 2020 greenhouse emissions reduction goal as part of Moreland’s Corporate Carbon Reduction Plan . Source: Moreland Council


A report by Climate Works assessing 57 of the largest municipalities and shires in Australia has highlighted that Moreland is one of three local Governments in Australia fully aligned with emissions reduction of Net Zero by 2050 climate target.
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February 28, 2020 at 5:45 pm Leave a comment

National Climate Emergency Summit highlights escalating local action

This is not a Drill

Over two days on the 14-15 February about 1800 citizens and delegates met and listened to a wide range of expert speakers and a few politicians talking on the climate emergency.

From the initial welcome to country to the final wrap the details, impacts, and organising efforts of the climate emergency were discussed in detail. There were three main outcomes of the summit: a Safe climate Declaration, Co-ordination of the next High School climate strike on May 15, and Councillors from 70 Municipal and shire councils establishing Climate Emergency Australia (CEA) to further action at municipal and shire government level.
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February 25, 2020 at 12:40 pm Leave a comment

Wills MP Peter Khalil urges urgent action on climate change

Peter Khalil

Federal MP for Wills Peter Khalil has made his first speech in 2020 on February 6 highlighting need for strong climate action. The community of Moreland is right behind him in this regard.
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February 8, 2020 at 1:21 pm Leave a comment

Moreland Council: Walk the talk on Adani and Council procurement policy

Climate Action Moreland have teamed up with Stop Adani Moreland for a campaign for Moreland City Councillors to revisit the decision of October 2019 on putting in place an amendment to Council procurement policy and companies that sign contracts to build the Adani coal mine in Central Queensland.

Moreland Council passed a general resolution opposing the Adani mine in 2017. Council also declared a climate emergency in 2018. Council need to ensure proper governance and include the implementation of these decisions in Council procurement policy. Please sign the online petition or the paper version being circulated.

Council has made the motherhood statements, they now need to carry through on governance to include action as part Council day to day operations with regard to procurement.
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January 20, 2020 at 4:11 pm 1 comment

Premier Dan Andrews, time to declare an ecological and climate emergency

A Petition has been launched for Premier Daniel Andrews to declare an Ecological and Climate Emergency for Victoria.

Please sign and share the petition among your networks. The petition URL: https://www.change.org/VictoriaClimateEmergency

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January 17, 2020 at 11:30 pm Leave a comment

Bushfires a threshold event, a climate tipping point in real time says climate expert

Michael Mann on ABC News

“Heartbreaking the damages that has been done” says visiting distinguished climate scientist Michael Mann on the bushfires across Australia. He articulated the comnnection between bushfires and climate change “is not rocket science”.
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January 8, 2020 at 11:11 pm 1 comment

Climate, Rights and Human Survival – CAMoreland signs declaration

You’re burning our future, #climatestrike


With the UN Climate Summit in New York underway a collective of over 400 organisations have issued a declaration for the People’s Summit on Climate, Rights and Human Survival.

Climate Action Moreland has signed the declaration (PDF).
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September 23, 2019 at 5:40 pm Leave a comment

Brunswick MP calls for #springst politicians to attend #globalClimatestrike

Our Brunswick MP, Dr Tim Read has urged all members of state parliament to join school students and the many thousands of other people for the Global Climate Strike on Friday September 20.

We look forward especially to seeing those MPs who have signed the climate emergency declaration in attendance at the rally. This includes Dr Tim Read (Brunswick), Lizzie Blandthorn (Pascoe Vale), Lily D’Ambrosio (Mill Park), Dr Samantha Ratnam and Fiona Patten (Northern Metro Region)

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September 18, 2019 at 9:37 am Leave a comment

Moreland Council votes to support Global Climate Strike

No Planet B – Climate Emergency

On Wednesday night Councillors at Moreland Council adopted a resolution of supporting the Global Climate Strike on September 20. A further motion extended support to the local Moreland Extinction Rebellion group. Climate Action Moreland started promoting the global climate strike event in Melbourne in May 2019.

Moreland Council was one of the leading Councils in Australia, and globally, to declare a climate emergency (unanimously) in September 2018.
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September 12, 2019 at 4:10 pm Leave a comment

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This is the current C02 in our atmosphere. We need to get it below 350 for a safe climate.

Current CO2 concentration in the atmosphere

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