Come to this Climate Strike Night to hear how you can step up your action on climate change and supersize the September 20 #ClimateStrike at Queens Gardens Brisbane.
Australia is already on the frontlines of the climate crisis. Prolonged droughts are crippling farming communities. Flash flooding is creating chaos in cities. Catastrophic bushfires and severe cyclones threaten people’s homes. Heatwaves swept the nation last summer.
Our Government should be helping to move our economy and society beyond fossil fuels to 100% clean energy for all, but instead they are helping billionaire companies open the floodgates to new coal, oil and gas projects.
Which is why, on September 20, three days before world leaders meet in New York for the UN Emergency Climate Summit, everyone is invited to join the biggest ever global #ClimateStrike, led by school strikers. We’ll strike to call for the fair and just transition of our economy and society away from damaging fossil fuels towards clean, safe renewable energy for all.
This Strike Night is your chance to get involved with the #ClimateStrike and take action in your community to make September 20 an absolutely massive moment for climate action. We’ll be making practical plans to get people from all different parts of society stepping up and joining the strike.
On 15th March, 1.6 million of us went on strike around the world. On September 20, we’re going to take our movement to the next level.
We need you with us to make this happen. Come along to the Strike Night and find out how you can help.
Location - Junction Park State School Activities Room (first floor of the red brick building, after hours access is via steps at the rear of the building).
August 21, 2019 at 6:30pm - 8pm
Junction Park State School - Activities Room
50 Waldheim St
Annerley, QLD 4103
The Adani Group wants to rebrand itself as a leader on climate change and clean energy. But there’s a big problem - Adani are mining, handling, and burning record volumes of coal - the number one driver of the climate crisis.