MP Engagement Groups

During social distancing rules, MPEGs shifted to zooming online. And we're still doing it!

     RSVP to our next Zoom session here

Everyone is welcome. All you need to do is to turn up with your laptop or tablet, and we'll show you easy ways to contact your elected representatives and make a difference.

Getting together to do something sure beats lying awake at night worrying about the lack of performance in Canberra – or other levels of government. It’s amazing how much better it makes you feel, working together and encouraging each other to put pressure on our MPs and get some action in parliament!


Join or start a local MPEG

Sitting around a table with friends in your own local area is even more enjoyable - or a local online group if restrictions require it.  We have MPEGS and affiliated groups taking climate action in Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, NSW and the Northern Territory. To connect with a group near you:

contact us and we'll let you know how

Then all you need to do is turn up for a couple of hours, with your laptop or tablet, and there’ll be people, templates, materials, and ideas to make it easy and fun to make a difference. 

If you’d like to start your own group with a bunch of friends, let us know and we'll support you to get started!


In the meantime...

Checkout our tips and resources or use our  templates to send an email now!

Another way you can start taking fun and collaborative action today, is by joining one of our social networks. You’ll find local events and campaigns, and meet other supportive people who want government action on climate change.

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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.