We know that conversations are the most powerful way to and motivate people to vote and act.
That’s why in the run up to the next federal election, we’re having conversations with people on their doorsteps about why climate damage matters – and how they can use their voices and votes to choose a government with the courage and vision to stop it.
Join us in Bonner as part of a national weekend of doorknocking along with our friends in the #StopAdani alliance! This will be our third community doorknock in the key electorate of Bonner, aiming to elevate climate damage as a major election issue now.
Never been to a doorknock before? That’s OK! We’ll make sure you have all the materials, training and support you need to have a fun day making a difference for our planet and the people we love.
Meet at Tingalpa Uniting Church Hall at 9am. From there we'll go through everything you need and then split off into teams!
Please bring your fully-charged smartphone as we'll be using a mobile survey to record our conversations. If you don't have a smartphone please let us know so we can bring enough paper surveys.
October 06, 2018 at 9am - 1:30pm
Tingalpa Uniting Church Hall
61 Belmont Rd
Tingalpa, Queensland 4173
The Morrison Government just caved to pressure from Adani and signed off on a crucial water plan. Can you call Labor Leader Bill Shorten and Shadow Environment Minister Tony Burke and ask them to commit to review Adani's approvals if Labor wins government in the upcoming federal election?
Adani need one crucial final approval from the Federal Government – their plan to manage precious groundwater. That could happen any day now. A new expert review of Adani's plan shows that it is drastically flawed and inadequate. We have to act fast to stop this approval.