Sunday, September 21, 11:00 AM State Library of Victoria328 Swanston StMelbourne, 3000, Australia
On September 21, thousands of Australians will turn out for one of Australia’s largest climate marches ever. Tens of thousands of people will hit the streets in Melbourne, accompanied by thousands more in cities and towns across the country.
On September 21, tens of thousands of Australians will hit the streets of Melbourne, together with thousands more in cities and towns across Australia, as part of the world’s largest People’s Climate March. Our message is simple - Action, Not Words - it’s time for Australia to get out of the way of real climate action, to say no to new fossil fuel expansion and to protect and grow our renewable energy sector.
But it doesn’t end here. When you join us on September 21, we’ll also ask you to pledge to help Action win over Words by committing to exercise your political, consumer and grassroots power in a number of exciting ways.
Melbourne. Sunday Sept 21. Thousands of people.
Meet at State Library at 11am, before a march through the CBD. RSVP for updates and more details.
PS: The rally will be the launching pad for a group of people who will be walking to Canberra to ask for real action on climate change. The group will be start their walk from the Fitzroy Gardens straight after the rally, and they will walk to Fairfield on their first day. Let’s give the core-group of walkers a big send-off!
You may like to join the walkers on their first day of the walk, for as long of a distance as you would like. Just look for the big Turtle they are carrying. For more information, visit www.climatewalk.org.au