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Sign The Climate Emergency Declaration Petition Here or more Here
Join the Petition Storm to the new Federal Government, to insist that:
* We face a climate emergency
* We call on our political leaders to declare a climate emergency
* We need the government to follow through with the necessary resources and action to fully address the crisis at emergency speed

Upcoming Events:
GetUp are running a Training Workshop Day in Hobart on Saturday 24th February, for anyone interested in learning more about their local group.

Where: The Wilderness Society, 130 Davey Street, Hobart 
When:  Sat 24 Feb 
    10am-12.30pm: Introduction to GetUp Hobart and Training
    1.30-5pm Strategy Planning (optional) 
Who: Invite anyone you'd like to join you!

RSVP HERE to secure your spot!
The 25th Richard Jones Memorial Lecture is on February 25, 2018 at 5pm – 7pm at the Stanley Burbury Theatre, Utas, Sandy Bay

This year's lecture will be given by environmentalist, entrepreneur, author and activist Paul Hawken, editor of the recent groundbreaking book "Drawdown: the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming" 

The Tasmanian state election is on 3rd March this year, so we're holding an Election Forum on Climate Action, to see what each party can offer Tasmania, as part of the solution to the increasing disruption being caused by global warming. 

The forum will be held on Tuesday 20th Feb from 7 till 8:30 pm at Scots Memorial Church hall, 29 Bathurst St, Hobart.

Please come along to hear from the political parties' candidates / representatives, and put your questions to them as well.
Recent Events:
Geoengineering Talk:
Prof David Karoly of the School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne, and former member of the Climate Change Authority, presented a talk to CAH on the methods and potential risks of using Geoengineering as a solution to climate change.

You can download his presentation at the bottom of this page.

About us:
Climate Action Hobart is a volunteer, grassroots climate action group formed to promote community involvement in achieving strong climate policy and action in Tasmania.

We meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month from 5.30 pm at Sustainable Living Tasmania, 1st floor, 71 Murray St, Hobart.

Everyone is welcome - if you are concerned about the threat of climate change and you want to make a difference, just turn up!


Joining in the Climate Mobilisation Rally 2016

Joining in the Climate Mobilisation Rally 2016
Photo courtesy Rob Blakers
Climate Action Hobart,
Jan 22, 2018, 6:37 PM