Episode 6: Tanaya Joshi's Climate Action Journey

Stories of Change Episode 6 - Tanaya Joshi's climate action journey.

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Episode 5: Storytelling with James Hasler-Bail

Stories of Change episode 5 - storytelling, personal narrative and connection with James Hasler-Bail.

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Stories of Change: Episode 4 with Tanya Waldie

Stories of Change episode 4 - the power positivity and connection with Tanya Waldie.

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2 February 2023

~~ The Safeguard Mechanism ~~ MP lobbying blitz ~~ Zoom MPEGs in 2023 ~~ How to run a successful local MPEG ~~

Hello and happy new year, MPEGs community!

I hope you have been resting and connecting with nature over the summer. 

We have another big year of action on climate ahead of us, and I feel like we are on the cusp of some positive changes — if we keep up the pressure and battle the greenwash. Let’s get stuck in!

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Listen now: Engaging regional communities with Suzanne Mungall

Stories of Change episode 3 - the power of young people to inspire climate action in Australia's most conservative electorate, with Suzanne Mungall.

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Reflections on January 26

On January 26, our team takes the opportunity to reflect on caring for country, allyship, and the essential role First Nations peoples play in the climate crisis.

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Listen in: Episode 2 with Neil Taylor

Stories of Change episode 2 - practical advice on how to deeply connect with people and stay inspired with Neil Taylor.

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We've launched! Listen to Episode 1 Now

Interview with Climate Conversation Facilitator, Amy-Beth Seeley is now live!

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We're excited about Queensland: A community-led clean energy future

Our strategy to supercharge a community-led clean energy transition in 2023.

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Stories of Change: C4C's Podcast is Coming Soon!

This January, we're incredibly excited to launch our very first podcast series - Stories of 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.