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Title:Australia's Climate Action Summit | Are you with us?
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Climate Action Summit 2013
The 2-day Australian Climate Action Summit was held on 22-23 June 2013 at the Sydney Secondary College, Taylor Street, Glebe, NSW. The Pre-Summit Forum on #8216;Community climate action through law and the media #8217; was held on 21 June at the NSW Parliament House. Both events were a great success thanks to all the enthusiastic delegates, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors.
If you would like to be advised about details for the 2014 Australian Climate Action Summit, email
Communiqu茅 of the 5th Australian Climate Action Summit, 2013
About聽400 people including scientists, engineers, health and other professionals, politicians, representatives from聽about 100 climate groups across Australia, and other concerned members of the public attended聽the Community Climate Network鈥檚 5th Australian Climate Action Summit in Sydney from 21 to 23 June 2013. They called for all governments and federal election candidates to support urgent action to mitigate dangerous climate change.
The Summit heard reports confirming climate science warnings that urgent action needs to be taken now, that the earth is already too hot, and our carbon budget for a safe climate is zero. Attendees heard that the Earth has been warming by the equivalent of聽 4 Hiroshima bombs per second for several decades. We need 100% renewable energy and all fossil fuels to stay in the ground. If all levels of government along with governments of other leading polluting nations do not move with emergency speed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, billions of people鈥檚 lives are at risk.
The Summit resolved to widen community engagement by:
Taking urgent action to bring climate change back into the public/political discourse by connecting more with what people care about and thereby gaining support from聽State and聽Territory Governments, Federal election candidates and industry to make an emergency transition from dirty fossil fuels to clean renewable energy. Action will include non violent direct action as well as the use of appropriate media and legal avenues in order to聽minimise the extreme climate dangers facing the planet
Calling upon the media to accurately report the climate science and the urgency of the situation
Campaigning to ensure that voters are fully aware of the different shortcomings of聽political parties聽on climate change policy, and campaigning to prevent climate change deniers controlling the parliament, especially the Senate.
Working to 鈥榗onnect the dots鈥 between extreme weather, our growth economy and human induced climate change and building understanding of local and wider impacts of our changing climate
Promoting discussion on the transition from the current 鈥淕rowth Economy鈥 to a 鈥淪teady State Economy鈥, recognising that infinite growth is not possible in a finite world, the complex nature of the necessary transition and the need for equity, both within聽 nations and between nations, as this goal is achieved
Calling on society to acknowledge that population growth, over-consumption and the endless growth economy are all key drivers of the climate crisis that need聽 to be addressed and not denied
Continuing pressure to end the estimated $10聽to 15 billion of Australian taxpayers鈥 money used to subsidise the fossil fuel industry each year and using this money to fund clean renewable energy projects
Raising awareness of the severe impact of coal and coal seam gas industries on climate, health, land, water and air, and the benefits of moving to clean renewable energy
Leading strong community activism against the fossil fuel industry and against ecologically unsustainable consumption 聽and waste; and towards the pursuit of sustainability (economic, social and environmental) and human well-being
Raising awareness about the need to transfer investments, including superannuation from companies which support climate destructive activities such as fossil fuel extraction and native tree forestry, into sustainable climate friendly investment such as clean renewable energy projects.
The summit concluded that:
Science and ethics dictate that we must leave coal and gas in the ground, and instead urgently invest in large scale renewable energy, energy efficiency, public transport and zero waste projects.
The cost of the necessary urgent investment is no excuse for inaction, given the enormous cost of climate damage we face. Indeed Sir Nicholas Stern has estimated that the annual cost of action on climate change to be around 2% of GDP compared to the cost of inaction projected at 5-20% of GDP by 2050. With climate danger now shown to be worse than predicted when these estimates were made, costs of both action and inaction continue to rise.
Inaction is thus uneconomic and inexcusable. If Government, business and community make the right choices now, together, we can limit climate change damage.
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Richard and Maria Maguire says:
3 June 2013 at 17:06
Thanks everyone for great work. We have been to these conferences before and highly recommend them to anyone. You can expect further and latest info, great networking, moral and practical support for action and on how to get out the message to those not hearing, seeing, feeling (fully) yet. We #8217;ll be there even in this our #8220;Sabbatical #8221; year and offer an open space on liberating yourself and others from the money-consumption traps. Richard and Maria Maguire
Neha - Assistant Organiser (Media and Publicity) says:
5 June 2013 at 13:30
Great to hear, thanks Richard and Maria.
If you would like, we #8217;d absolutely love it if you could help promote the Summit further by pointing people to our online resources (such as this website) or if you #8217;re up for it, putting up posters around your local community.
Of course there #8217;s no pressure, you don #8217;t have to do it if you #8217;re otherwise occupied, but if you feel like it, we #8217;d love the help!
Keith Mcilroy says:
24 May 2013 at 12:28
Sent 2 emails requesting information on your stalls but no response! Keith Mcilroy. The Carbon Reduction Institute. 0407 287329
annien13 says:
24 May 2013 at 13:23
Hi Keith, Sorry, I will phone you.
Auseng43 says:
20 May 2013 at 21:59
Will be coming Down. Happy to play a role, speaking, panel, facilitator, whatever. See my profile on LinkedIn for more details, or let me know who to send bio and more info to. Cheers, David.
Neha - Assistant Organiser (Media and Publicity) says:
23 May 2013 at 15:44
If you #8217;re interested in having a more hands on role in the Summit, please send an email to Jem at as he #8217;s coordinating all the speakers and program.
Thanks for your interest, and hopefully we #8217;ll see you at the summit!
daviemacdonaldDavie Macdonaldd says:
7 May 2013 at 12:48
Last Year there was no participation on any of the panels from the ALP Will this be changed this year and invitations made
annien13 says:
8 May 2013 at 14:33
We invited Greg Combet and then when he couldn #8217;t come we invited Mark Dreyfus. He also refused.
Annie Nielsen
Neha says:
13 May 2013 at 12:53
Hey Davie,
Last year Jenny McAlister was on the opening night #8217;s panel, as was Ged Kearney.
This year we #8217;re sourcing people from the ALP, with an invite extended to Tanya Plibersek, however she unfortunately had other engagements already planned for this weekend. Given this, we #8217;re going to be in touch with a state member and former Senators and MPs, to speak about federal election campaigning, as well as nuclear issues in NSW.
There is also likely to be a LEAN stall at the conference.
If you have any other ideas we would love your feedback! Also if you could pass on to anyone you know in the ALP who is involved in climate activism that this is happening and that they should attend, that would be fantastic, the more people at the conference the better!
philbradley816 says:
16 May 2013 at 01:23
Yes, ALL people who are concerned about our increasingly unsafe atmospheric CO2 levels and who are interested in taking action for a clean renewable energy, jobs rich future are welcome!!
This is the case regardless of your political allegiance or whether you are politically unaligned.
James Singmaster, III, Ph.D. UCDavis, USA, Environmental Chemist, Ret. Fremont, CA 94536 says:
30 April 2013 at 05:31
Only one action ought to be considered and that is TO MAKE THE SUN OUR SOLE ENERGY SOURCE. This can be done as I have outlined in many blog posting under my name J(ames) Singmaster, III
Neha says:
22 May 2013 at 15:18
Hey Garden, cheers for the thumbs up! We #8217;ll keep updating but feel free to let us know if you need something specific. You can email, tweet us or Facebook us for more info.
Looking forward to seeing you at the Summit!
Neha - Assistant Organiser (Media and Publicity) says:
23 May 2013 at 15:42
Hey Geoff,
The easiest way to stay informed is to register (if you haven #8217;t already of course) and follow us on Twitter @ClimateSummitAU and like us on Facebook. You can also continue to check back here for updates if you prefer.
Antony Lewis says:
8 July 2013 at 15:53
FYI #8211; some of the content from the summit was put on YouTube by me. Search under #8220;CCN Australia #8217;s 2013 #8243;. All the main plenary discussions and a number of the topic discussion were filmed.
There is also content from the 2012 climate Summit on the site.
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