Climate Action Hobart
Key Actions & Upcoming Events
Zali Steggall Climate Change Bill & Petition
Zali Steggall, along with her fellow crossbenchers Rebekah Sharkie, Helen Haines and Andrew Wilkie, released a climate change national framework for adaption and mitigation bill for consultation on Monday 10 February, ahead of its introduction to the parliament in March.
Link to learn more: Zali Steggall climate change Bill
Link to the petition for the Climate Change Act: Petition for the National Climate Act
Please share the petition and now is the time to write to your politicians stating you expect them to work together and support much stronger action on climate change and reducing our greenhouse gas emissions.
Safe Climate Declaration (an invitation to sign)
The National Climate Emergency Summit held in Melbourne in February 2020 explored how to shape Australia's Climate Emergency Transition. The summit brought together practioners, advocates, governments, youth leaders and industry innovators from across the country to hear, workshop and debate the political, economic, technical and social change dimensions of initiating and delivering climate emergence responses in Australia.
The Summit closed with the preparation of a declaration - Call To Action For Australia - which you are all invited to sign.
Declare a climate emergency petition to the Clarence City Council.
If you are a Clarence City Council resident please go to the Clarence Climate Action facebook page to sign the petition.
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!
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.
Clarence Climate Action (for those on Hobart's eastern shore)
National Climate Emergency Summit
See the Climate Predictions for Tasmania
Banner photo courtesy of Rob Blakers