Have your say now on our new environment laws!

(Action from 350.org)

Can you leave a message for the Environment Minister?

Next week, Parliament will resume debate on our broken environment laws — the laws that should be stopping new coal and gas projects but they’re not. 

With 30 coal and gas projects sitting on Tanya Plibersek’s desk right now waiting for approval, it's urgent that the Parliament adds a climate trigger to the Nature Positive Bill before them. 

Here’s how it will work...

🌎 Federal environment minister Tanya Plibersek has the power to introduce a climate trigger which could stop new coal and gas projects.

📆 Sign up to join the month long Call-A-Thon roster and you’ll be sent the number to call, an easy set of talking points and a reminder to call when your time comes.

🌊 Together we’ll flood Plibersek’s phone lines and show her there is a wave of community support for taking real action on the climate crisis.

Why now? The debate on the national environmental law reforms will recommence this Monday 24th June in parliament — we need to make sure Minister Plibersek knows how strong the public support for a climate trigger is, and that we aren’t going anywhere!

The thing is, we know phone calls make a difference. Electoral office staff HAVE to log the calls and report on them. They are a sign of public sentiment on an issue.

Will you be part of this epic phone tactic? Check out the talking points and book in your time here. You’ll get a reminder when it’s your turn, and clear talking points to make the call super easy.


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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.