Climate Change

Caring for our Earth has never been more important or urgent.  In the last few years many of us have experienced the impacts of climate change.  Disasters such as drought, flood and fire have featured local, nationally and globally.  Climate change needs to be managed by the government, however individuals can also make changes in their day to day approach to life that will help make a difference.  With the proper approach and care it is possible to maintain or return our Earth to a better state than we currently find it in.

 Ask the experts: The Climate Council

The Climate Council is Australia’s leading Climate Change communications organization that provides expert advice to the public based on up-to-date science.

Climate Councillors include Tim Flannery, Professor and former Australian of the Year. Amanda McKenzie, co-founder of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition is the CEO.

Visit the Climate Council website to learn more about climate change and steps you can take to care for our Earth.

Tips to address climate change in our daily habits:

  1. Educate yourself and others on climate news and developments
  2. Increase your home’s energy efficiency
  3. Pressure the government through communications
  4. Rethink how you get around – transport is responsible for around 40% of Australia’s household greenhouse gas emissions.

Climate change needs to be a priority in 2022 and beyond for the future of our planet and our future generations.

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