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Australia goes to the polls 2nd July:
It’s important to know where the major parties stand on the key issues of tackling Climate Change and protecting the environment. 
Environment Victoria have created a comprehensive 'Promise Watch' listing their policies for our climate and environment.  It'll be updated regularly during the election campaign.

or there's a simpler policy comparison summary here: http://www.climateforchange.org.au/act_vote#step3details

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Australia signs Paris climate deal
Australia has signed the Paris climate deal at United Nations headquarters in New York.
The deal brings together key players like China, India and the United States for the first time; and it will come into force as soon as the 55 countries responsible for 55 per cent of the world's greenhouse gases have ratified it.
Australia says it plans to do so before the end of the year.

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Upcoming Events:

Free screening of "This Changes Everything

Inspired by Naomi Klein's book of the same name.

Where: Sustainable Living Tasmania, 1st floor, 71 Murray St.

When: Sunday 29 May, at 2.30pm

See Preview here

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Election Candidates Forum on Climate Policies 

When: Tuesday 14th June at 6:30pm
Where:  Dechaineux Theatre, UTAS, Hunter St, Hobart

Candidates from all parties have been invited to present & answer questions on their climate policies

All welcome.

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Recent Events:

350.org Week of Action For Pollution Free Politics

From Monday 16th May to Sunday 22nd May, communities across the country will be turning out at the offices of their local politicians with one message – it’s time to get the polluters out of our politics by ending fossil fuel donations and subsidies!

Learn more at http://gofossilfree.org.au/pfp-home/

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About us:
 
Climate Action Hobart is a volunteer, grassroots climate action group formed to promote community involvement in achieving strong climate policy and action in Tasmania.


    
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month from 5.30 pm at Sustainable Living Tasmania, 1st floor, 71 Murray St, Hobart.


Everyone is welcome - if you are concerned about the threat of climate change and you want to make a difference, just turn up!

 




CAH in Action!



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