Facilitated conversations for groups

Most Australians are concerned about climate change but are confused and overwhelmed – they don't know how Australia should respond or what they personally can do. Social research shows that we make sense of confusing information and decide what to do about it through conversations with people we know and trust. So we've taken the party-plan model and adapted it to allow meaningful discussions about climate change to happen at scale.

“I've been truly surprised by the lasting impact of my Conversation amongst friends who were previously silent on the issue – we are still talking about it nine months on!” – Jarrod, host

How to have effective conversations about climate change

Having lots of quality conversations about climate change is one of the most effective things we can do to stop it. Climate for Change offers various tools, digital learning materials and live virtual webinars to help you get the most out of your conversations.


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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.