Climate Action Hobart

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.

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

Join Us

We meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month from 5.30 pm at the Wilderness Society building, 130 Davey St, Hobart. Please enter via the back door.

Contact Us

climateactionhobart@gmail.com or find us on Facebook.

Banner photo courtesy of Rob Blakers

Our plan for climate action in Tasmania

10 Steps for a Safe Climate

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For regular updates and climate news find us on facebook, otherwise key events are available on the calendar and listed below.

Meeting and Events Calendar link.

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Key Upcoming Events


20th Sept - Schools Strike for Climate Global Climate Strike

Organised by the Schools Strike for Climate and AYCC/Seed students, everyone is invited, and everyone is needed to participate in this important event to send a strong message to our governments. Events are being held in the following places, and check out https://www.schoolstrike4climate.com/sept20 for more information -

Hobart - Parliament Lawns. Friday, September 20, at 12 – 2 PM (Come and visit the Climate Action Hobart stall if you would like to sign up for info on what we do)

Burnie - 80 Wilson St. Friday, September 20, at 9 – 12 PM

Launceston - Civic Sq. Friday, September 20, at 12 – 1:30 PM

Devonport - Providore Place, September 20, 12pm

Currie - outside Currie Post Office, September 20, 12.30pm

Wynyard - Civic Park (Cow Park), September 20, 12.00pm

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25th Sept - A Climate Strategy for Tasmania Forum

Organised by Climate Tasmania (an independent expert body to keep climate change policy on the political and community agenda), who have been quietly working in the background lobbying members of Tasmania's parliament and government about the coming revision of the Tasmanian climate legislation, arguing for a strong legal grounding for Tasmania's response to the climate emergency. There will be a free forum to get public input on Wed. 25 Sept in the IMAS lecture theatre in Hobart, 5.30 - 7 pm.

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9th Nov - 'What next now we've declared a climate emergency? Forum

SAVE THE DATE! 'What next now we've declared a climate emergency? Forum - Saturday 9th November, 2.00-5.00pm at the Bellerive Uniting Church Hall. Climate Action Hobart are organising a forum to discussion ways to progress faster, practical responses to the climate emergency. David Spratt Climate Code Red co-author, climate-policy analyst, co-founder of the Carbon' Equity network, and director of Breakthrough- National Centre for Climate Restoration will be attending. More details coming soon.

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