Charging-up community action

As politicians bicker, we need to take our own initiative to foster small grassroots actions to reduce carbon emissions that will form the foundation for larger change at a national and international level.

As the crowds sweltered through another heatwave at last weekend’s Sustainable Living Festival at Birrarung Marr in the heart of Melbourne, a debate was heating up on how we best increase community action to effectively respond to the challenge climate change presents.

The debate - taken up by key thinkers, Bob Brown, Fiona Sharkie, John Dee, Tanya Ha, David Spratt, and Guy Pearse - is an important one.


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