Strategies in Action

The federal elected representatives below have signed the Statement of Support for a Climate Emergency Declaration.

 

National ALP Conference December 2018

 

Ged Kearney’s motion passed at ALP conference in Adelaide, Dec 2018

The ALP motion acknowledges the climate emergency but is not actually a declaration. We assume the ALP can’t do that from opposition, but the ALP could propose a declaration of climate emergency though. Ged Kearney herself has signed the statement of support for a Climate Emergency Declaration (see Victoria section below).

 

ACT

 

Anyone keen to talk to their local MPs and ask them to sign the petition or the Statement of Support? Even if they are not supportive, you will be making them aware that a call for a Climate Emergency Declaration is a ‘thing’.

 

NSW

Signatures organised by kayak4earth and ParraCAN

 

NT

 

Anyone keen to talk to their local MPs and ask them to sign the petition or the Statement of Support? Even if they are not supportive, you will be making them aware that a call for a Climate Emergency Declaration is a ‘thing’.

 

Queensland

Signatures organised by DCAN

 

SA

 

 

Tasmania

 

Anyone keen to talk to their local MPs and ask them to sign the petition or the Statement of Support? Even if they are not supportive, you will be making them aware that a call for a Climate Emergency Declaration is a ‘thing’.

 

Victoria

Signatures organised by Climate Action Moreland, DCAN, and cedamia

 

WA

 

Anyone keen to talk to their local MPs and ask them to sign the petition or the Statement of Support? Even if they are not supportive, you will be making them aware that a call for a Climate Emergency Declaration is a ‘thing’.



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