#ActOnClimate Picnic Melbourne


This year is an important one for climate action in Victoria. We now have a state renewable energy target (a VRET) and will soon have a legislated ban on all onshore unconventional gas drilling.A range of government policies will be announced soon which will shape the future of our state: these include the re-build of the Climate Change Act and a draft coal policy, both of which will be released by late 2016.
Putting a ban on all new mining of coal and setting a timeframe for a rapid phase-out of all coal-fired power stations would mean that Victoria plays its part in responding to the threat of climate change.
If you want to find out more about these policies and what Friends of the Earth is doing to #ActonClimate, come down to All Nations Park for a relaxed picnic and a chat.
We're kicking off the next stage of our climate campaign in the Inner North, and what better place to get things started than at the iconic All Nations Park.
Come along, have a yarn and find out what's going on in your local area!
December 04, 2016 at 10:00am - 11:30am
All Nations Park
Separation Street
Northcote, Vic 3070
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Cam Walker ·
Mark Chilcott Jane Brownrigg Morgana Russell Karen Large Lincoln Kern Karina Donkers Merryn Redenbach

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