Vote Climate Neighbours
It’s time to listen to the voices of our neighbours, who want stronger action on climate!
Fossil fuels are destroying the future for our kids. It doesn’t have to be this way – Australia has so much potential to be a clean energy super power, we could be accelerating clean energy and transforming manufacturing and exports. All it takes is political will.
Kooyong, Chisholm and Higgins deserve representatives who will fund cleaning up our energy system and support communities efforts to increase solar, storage, low carbon transport and improve tree cover and other measures to protect our health and reduce urban heat.
We invite you to meet some members of the Lighter Footprints community and learn why they are voting climate, and why you should consider preferencing all the climate candidates first too!
Vote Climate Neighbours Profiles
The more others see people like them are putting climate action first when they vote, the more likely they are to consider voting climate too!
Alison feels compelled work with others for rapid, responsible and effective action on climate. Read more…
Jackie Yowell is concerned about the legacy we are leaving future generations. Read more…
“We baby boomers in Australia have enjoyed the most bountiful lives, but at a cost to the environment that we cannot in good conscience leave to be paid for by our children.”
Despite being aware of the growing inequality caused by climate change, Annie is working with hope for change. Read more…
Ray is mindful of his grandkids and enjoys working with like minded people for climate action. Read more…
“Voting climate unlocks vast opportunities for Australia in renewables.
Voting for climate helps secure a healthy and safe climate for us and future generations.“
Mick is looking to drive the clean energy transition – with local action and political influence. Read more…
Working with the Energy Transition Group, David is targeting clean energy as a powerful climate goal. Read more…
“Modern humans have thrived in a narrow temperature range for the past 10,000 years but now the temperature is rising so fast that we are moving outside that safe range. We urgently need strong climate action from our politicians.”
Sarah finds hope in working with others, and is determined that our politicians will embrace climate leadership. Read more…
With a young family, Ben is voting climate to seize economic advantages, as well as to protect his children’ future. Read more…
Your vote matters – make sure it is based on the facts!
The government is claiming that Australia has reduced emissions more than other comparable western countries, but UN Chief Antonio Guterres has slammed our inaction, and the Climate Change Performance Index has ranked us dead last.
How do they rate?
Independent climate Candidate Scorecards/Climate Spin
- Kooyong Candidates Scorecard information page
- Chisholm Candidates Scorecard information page
- Higgins Candidates Scorecard information page
- Fact checking the government’s policies – visit our Climate Spin page here.
We already have affordable clean technology – we just lack the political will to use it.
Vote for real climate action on Election Day. It’s that simple!
Vote Climate Quotes and Social Media Posts
We are letting others know how important voting climate is, by putting the core reasons for preferencing all the climate candidates first at the polling booth in a quote.
We would love your support for this project!
Click on the quotes below to see our social media posts – tweets, tweet strings, Facebook posts and comments. We’d love your support!
In Melbourne’s east? You are welcome to register your interest and your quote in this form here.
You can also upload a suitable picture to go with your quote!
“The technology is here now. Right now.
Communities and leaders need to work together to make this decade the one where we really move.”
- Four top reasons to Vote Climate
- The Big Switch – Australia’s electric future
- Climate change and action – an overview
- Climate and National Security
- Floods and climate change
- Climate change and food security
- Health impacts of climate change
- Quick take on Simon Holmes à Court’s annual energy update which includes a breakdown of the Government’s emissions reduction plan
Local Vote Climate campaigns
Accurate information on Candidates’ climate policies to inform your vote.
Lighter Footprints is working with other local climate groups in running the non-partisan Vote Climate campaigns in Melbourne’s inner East:
This page is authorised by Lighter Footprints Inc, Register Number A0095302A, Kew Victoria