Support a community-led clean energy transition!

After years of political denial and inaction we are finally seeing a race to the top on climate and clean energy across the country.

Victoria and Queensland both have ambitious plans for replacing coal burning power generation with clean energy and making deep cuts to climate pollution by 2035. 

The success of these crucial plans will depend on community support, in particular those at the forefront of the energy transition.  

With your support, we can empower local Climate for Change volunteer leaders in regional Queensland to build critical community support for the shift to clean energy to ensure we can raise ambition and speed up the transition. 

With deep, genuine community engagement, we can ensure the transition to clean energy is fast, fair and community led.

Right now, local organised grassroots community support for clean energy, particularly across southern regional QLD is critical to hold the government to account and create the social mandate for a fast and fair transition. 

Together we can:

  • Build community support for clean energy in key communities in regional Queensland to ensure the transition to renewables is fast and fair. We will do this by supporting five regional Queensland community leaders and 100 active volunteers to build local support for the clean energy transition - listening to what people want and developing a local “vision for the future” of the region.

  • Empower community members to be an active part of shaping a just and fair transition in the region by facilitating deep and genuine community consultation.

There has never been a better opportunity to push for the renewable revolution our climate needs.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia, whose sovereignty was never ceded. We acknowledge that Indigenous peoples around the world are at the forefront of climate change, both in experiencing its effects and leading solutions for change. We pay our sincerest respects to all Elders, past and present.