Earth Day Action: Break the Radio Silence on Climate Change, April 22



JOIN US ON EARTH DAY (APRIL 22) TO BREAK THE RADIO SILENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE
 
Emissions are increasing on PM Malcolm Turnbull's watch. Australia will fail to deliver the cuts it pledged under the Paris Agreement.
 
The Federal Coalition's failure on climate change exposes Victorian communities to intensifying climate change impacts such as bushfires, heatwaves, extreme weather, and sea level rise.
 
Friends of the Earth have organised an community picnic at the O'Donnell Gardens (next door to Luna Park) and snappy banner photo beneath the iconic Mr Moon with our friends the Port Philip Ecocentre, Bayside Climate Change Action Group, and L.I.V.E. 
 
With an state election on the horizon, now more than ever, we need to break the radio silence on climate change. But we need your help to send a strong signal to all political parties that the community supports climate action.

Victoria desperately needs more renewable energy, a transition away from coal power, science-based emissions reduction targets, and a Climate Budget to invest in solutions.
 
Join us on Earth Day, Sunday 22 April, to send a message to Victorian politicians that the community supports ambitious action on climate change.

This is a FREE event and the more the merrier. Bring a few mates along and let your family and friends know you're attending on Facebook
 
MORE INFO: Here's everything you need to know about the Emissions Reduction Targets process.
 
TAKE ACTION: Send a submission to call for ambitious, science-based targets for Victoria. 
WHEN
April 22, 2018 at 1pm - 3pm
WHERE
O'Donnell Gardens
19 Lower Esplanade
St Kilda , VIC 3182
Australia
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CONTACT
Leigh Ewbank · · 0406 316 176
22 RSVPS
Mandy Coats Phil Jackson Monique Monnier Joan Mahoney Sofia Castrejon Mark Spencer jennifer wales Fiona Hill Mike Scott john neve Jasmine Sallis Leigh Ewbank

Will you come?