National Day of Climate Action

Australians are uniting on 17th November to demand that the government protect our future.

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The last month was the hottest on record.
The last 12 months were the hottest on record.
The last summer was the hottest on record, breaking 120 records.

Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing our generation, so Australians are uniting on 17th November to demand that the government protect our future. It is more important than ever before that we make it clear that the majority of Australians want climate action.

There are 7 huge rallies happening in capital cities across the country, with more regional events planned soon:
Adelaide | Elder Park | 11am
Brisbane | Queens Park | 10am
Canberra | Garema Place | 11am
Hobart | Parliament Gardens | 12pm
Melbourne | Treasury Place | 11am
Perth | Russell Square | 11am
Sydney | Prince Alfred Park | 11am

This National Day of Climate Action is supported by organisations like GetUp, AYCC, the Australian Greens and many more.

Image: Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center @ Flickr

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