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Forum November 12 – Panel members

1. Professor Peter Newman - Curtin University Peter Newman is the Professor of Sustainability at Curtin University and Director of CUSP. His books include ‘Green Urbanism in Asia’ (2013), ‘Resilient Cities: Responding to Peak Oil and Climate Change’(2009), ‘Green...

Wednesday October 29 – Lighter Footprints General Meeting

"State Government election  Climate Change and Sustainability Policies"Wednesday 29th October7 for 7.30 pmGuide Hall - 1 Faversham Rd CanterburyCandidates from local lower house seats will speak about their policies, and discuss these with the...

Wednesday 12 November at 7.00 pmHawthorn Arts Centre (formerly Town Hall)360 Burwood Rd HawthornSAVE THE DATE Climate Change - the good news!Where is Victoria headed in building a green economy, and does Government really matter? Come and join a range of...

Meeting Wednesday 24 September

7pm for 7.30 pm startGuide Hall Faversham RdCanterbury"Doing Climate Politics: Insights into Political Processes"Guest speaker: Dr Ken CoghillKen will lead a discussion of how politicians and political parties relate to the community on climate change.

August 27 Lighter Footprints Meeting

 Wed August 27 7 for 7.30 pmGuide Hall Faversham RdCanterbury  Conversations with our local community. We will be having a discussion with two members of Borderlands about what could be an on-going basis for working with others in our local...

Next Lighter Footprints Meeting Wed 30 July

"Local Government and Sustainability"What's going on and what can we do.Wednesday 30th July7 for 7.30 pmGuide Hall - 1 Faversham Rd CanterburySpeakers from Boroondara Council, and group discussion Everyone welcome Food and drinks...

Australian Climate Action Summit — Brisbane 19 -21 September

Please consider the following information about the upcoming summit in Brisbane.It's time for climate solutions....It’s getting to that time of year again when we come together and inspire the climate movement to keep pushing for progress!They say that the hour is...

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