Climate Tasmania is a new expert advisory & advocacy body set up to replace the former statutory advisory board, the Tasmanian Climate Action Council (TCAC), which was abolished by the state government. Climate Tasmania is committed to lifting the profile of climate change across both government and business sectors, by providing timely, independent and authoritative advice to Tasmanian business, government and community leaders on climate change and appropriate policy responses.

The Sustainable Living Festival is now an annual week long, statewide showcase of positive examples of creativity and innovation in our community. The Festival is a free community event organised by Sustainable Living Tasmania. The Sustainable Living Expo will be held in Princes Wharf Shed No. 1, 8 & 9th November, from 10am – 4pm each day.


Maintained by Tasmanian writer and climate advocate Peter Boyer - South Wind is about global climate from the point of view of this beautiful island to the south of the Australian continent, facing the mighty Southern Ocean and


The 2011 Climate Action Summit in Melbourne called for real, science based action on fighting climate disruption, and looked at strategy, policy and actions for the grassroots climate movement - a must for community climate campaigners! Get inspired, get active and get connected.

Take challenges, see the impact, and team with others to save energy and prevent climate change. Fun way to reduce your carbon footprint, great for groups, schools and individuals.

If you live in the north of our beautiful state, and you want to join with others to be part of the local climate change solution, visit: