What we'll do
Sydney City Chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby Australia meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month. The meetings start at 7 pm, but all are welcome to join us for refreshments from 6 pm at Cellini’s Café and Bar, Queen Victoria Building opposite Hobbyco Level 2 - look for Citizens' Climate Lobby T-shirts
After welcome and introductions, long-time members explain to newcomers how Citizens' Climate Lobby advocacy for action on climate change complements protest demonstrations
We entertain, educate and support each other in raising public awareness about the seriousness and urgency of acting to find solutions to the climate disruption problem by
- proposing a brilliant method of pricing fossil fuels
- helping each other with writing letters to newspapers and to community leaders
- following well-thought-out strategies for meetings with community leaders, including politicians, especially to encourage consensus on the urgent need to stem carbon emissions.
You will have opportunities to have your say.
We need more hands on deck because the task is enormous. Let's avoid the global hot house! 1.5 degrees will be very difficult, 2 degrees will be a disaster, present Paris commitments or 3 degrees is a catastrophe, business as usual could give us 12 degrees of warming if we lose sub-tropical cloud cover.
Our meetings are interesting and enjoyable, even though the underlying motive is serious and the involvement of people at the "grass-roots" level has never been more important.
No pressure. Just come for a short amusing video if you don't feel in a political mood.
Hoping to see you there!
A/Co-Convenors George Carrard and Brian Rees
Volunteers, Citizens’ Climate Lobby Australia www.ccl.org.au
We are creating Political Will to address Climate Change
George Carrard[masked] [masked]
Brian Rees[masked] [masked]
NSW Regional Coordinator Peter Todd[masked] [masked]
Please do not hesitate to contact Membership Officer Howard Witt ([masked][masked]) for more information about joining Citizens' Climate Lobby and options for involvement in our activities.
More suggestions for agenda:
- Progress on communicating with community leaders including politicians
- Help each other to write letters to community leaders
- Educate each other on the science and politics accelerating the transition to a fossil-free economy, and the urgent need for the acceleration.
- Exchange of ideas and experiences
- Information tables at fairs and shopping centres
- Phone contacts
- Show amusing video
All welcome to join Citizens' Climate Lobby. https://au.citizensclimatelobby.org/join-citizens-climate-lobby/?tfa_1=Australia You won't be bombarded with emails. Engagement can be at any level. You can follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/citizensclimatelobbyaustralia/, https://www.facebook.com/groups/CCL.australia/