Here will be listed organisations, people, movements and resources for climate action, and some information about them, for convenience.
350.org was founded in 2008 by a group of university friends in the United States along with author Bill McKibben, who wrote one of the first books on global warming for the general public. The goal was to build a global climate movement. 350 was named after 350 parts per million — the safe concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Join the Australian group here: 350 Australia
Australian Parents for Climate Action is the voice for all parents, grandparents and carers of children in Australia to show their deep concern about the impact of climate change on our children’s safety and survival, now and into the future.
SIGN UP for actions and information now, whether you’re a parent or not!
Climate change threatens the world and our way of life as we know it.
The mining and burning of coal is the number one cause of the climate crisis. Lying beneath the Galilee Basin is the largest untouched coal reserve on the planet. To avoid deeper droughts, rising seas, supercharged storms, floods and bushfires we must keep this coal in the ground.
STOP THE ADANI MINE
SS4Climate are students of all ages from cities, towns and regional hubs in every corner of Australia. One thing unites them: concern for the future of our planet.
The students say: We are striking from school to tell our politicians to take our futures seriously and treat climate change for what it is – a crisis. We have three demands of our politicians:
- No new coal, oil and gas projects, including the Adani mine.
- 100% renewable energy generation & exports by 2030
- Fund a just transition & job creation for all fossil-fuel workers & communities.
Australia is a country that not only has a lot of bush-land but also has a dry and hot summer. This website is an attempt to generate polite and useful discussion on mitigating, preventing and extinguishing fires in Australia.
SFA started out as a campaign for implementing the Australian National Fire watch Early Bush fire Detection Network. SFA is run by one person after a vision in 2016 of Australia on fire.
SFA posts are linked to the Stop Fires Australia Facebook Page, click below.