The People’s Climate Mobilisation Blair Palese – 350.org Australia

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The People’s Climate Mobilisation

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Blair Palese – 350.org Australia <350@350.org> Unsubscribe

10:06 AM (1 hour ago)

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Dear friend,

You’re invited to help make history — by standing alongside tens of thousands of Australians from all walks of life in what will be Australia’s most diverse climate mobilisation ever.

On the eve of the Paris climate negotiations – we will come together in cities across Australia and around the world for the People’s Climate Mobilisation – to show the world what strength, unity and action on climate change is all about.

Will you be there with us?*

It’s clear that the agreement reached in Paris won’t reach far enough to ensure climate justice for all. That’s why Indigenous peoples, faith leaders, doctors, unionists, workers, families, grandparents and so many others will be standing in unity to show what real climate leadership looks like.

Find a mobilisation near you.

But this is about much more than one day and one march.

It is about building relationships with people from across our community and making a commitment to one another that we will stand strong, lead on climate and demand that our politicians do what it takes to build safe and fair future for all.

Click here to sign up today.

Next year’s Federal election will be a defining moment for Australia and for our climate movement. Putting climate action centre stage of the political agenda and showing that it’s time to put the people before the polluters starts with these mobilisations.

Are you in?

See you on the streets,

Blair and the 350 Australia team

*When you sign up for the People’s Climate March, you will be sent to a page external to 350.org. You will only receive updates relating to the March.


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