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Melbourne turns out to demand climate action in #globalclimatestrike

According to the Student strike organisers, well over 330,000 people attended the climate strike across Australia, more than double the March 2019 turnout.

Melbourne saw 100,000 people in the Tereasury Gardens and march along a 1.2 kilometre route through the CBD.

Sydney had 80,000 people in the Sydney Domain. There were also 30,000 people in Brisbane, 20,000 people in Adelaide, 20,000 people in Hobart, 15,000 people in Canberra, and 10,000 people in Perth. There were actions by Students & workers in over 115 Australian cities & towns.

Globally, over 4 million globally participate in world’s largest climate mobilisation. This included 250,000 people marching in new York City, where Greta Thunberg addressed the enormous crowd.

The essential demands of the Student Strike for Climate in Australia were: no new fossil fuels including stopping Adani mine, 100 percent renewables by 2030, and money for just transitions & jobs.
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September 21, 2019 at 1:29 pm 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

Call to action to Moreland: #GlobalClimatestrike on September 20 – Melbourne

A call for a global climate strike has been made for 20 September by the international student strike for climate and Fridays for Future campaigns. The call has been endorsed by global NGO leaders, celebrities and scientists, including Jennifer Morgan from Greenpeace International, Bill McKibben and Naomi Klein from 350.org, Professors Michael Mann, Will Steffen Tim Flannery and Lesley Hughes. You can pledge your support to join the global climatestrike.

Associated events in Moreland:

  • Melbourne Global Climate Strike. Meet Treasury Gardens at 2pmFacebook Event
  • Moreland Bike ride to Global Climate Strike meet Coburg Mall at Noon for 12.30pm start, Brunswick mechanics Institute 12.45pmFacebook Event
  • Moreland Train Ride to the Global Climate Strike! – Upfield LineFacebook Event
  • Newlands Parents for Climate Action and Moreland Friends of the Forest – Walk with us Facebook Event
  • Craigieburn line climate strike train: 12.30pm from Craigieburn. Facebook Event
  • Craigieburn Line (2): Meet Broadmeadows Rail Station For the 1.19 pm train, Second carriage from the front if you join down the line.
  • Local Action: Kids climate strike photo at local politicians office (Peter Khalil),
    Where: 1/240 Sydney Road, Coburg.
    When: On Friday 20 Sept – Meet at 3:15 for photo by 3:30.
    Who: Everybody
    Wear: WHITE clothes and for those who like dressing up come as an ANGEL.
    Share: Photos and feelings about climate change

See also:
Moreland Council votes to support Global Climate Strike and
Brunswick MP calls for SpringSt politicians to attend Global Climate Strike

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May 26, 2019 at 3:42 pm 1 comment


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