Hundreds of events round Australia call for climate target of 350ppm

From Alphington to Warrawong, Broome to Wagga, Townsville to St Helens thousands of people across Australia attended a diverse variety of over 175 different climate action events calling on politicians to set the target for CO2 emissions to 350 parts per million (ppm) for a reasonable chance of avoiding dangerous climate change. CO2 emissions are already at 387ppm so we need to have negative emissions through active programs to draw down and stabilise carbon from the atmosphere.

  • In Sydney 1500 people gathered at the Sydney Opera House forecourt and made a human sign spelling '350' with blue Umbrellas. The rally was addressed by speakers including Lord Mayor Clover Moore and ABC Science journalist Robyn Williams.Photos
  • A rally, march and human sign ocurred in Perth.(Photos).read more details from

    In Melbourne events included

    The international climate action event was organised by

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    How about another day of national action to coincide with the climate confenerance in Copenhagen, 7th -15th of december??