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Australian Parents For Climate Action's Event in Ormeau

Students are leading the way on massive nation-wide #ClimateStrikes on September 20, and this time they're calling on everyone to join them.

Help make the #ClimateStrikes huge by joining this outreach event!

This is the first meeting of the Northern Gold Coast Climate Community hosted by Australian Parents for Climate Action and Peachey Community Garden. 

Please come along for a light afternoon tea, casual chat and opportunity to join in collective action on climate. This is a place to meet others who are just as concerned as you. It is a platform from which our Northern Gold Coast community can work together on local projects and contribute to national and international movements for a safe healthy world. It is a place to find hope through collective action, including promoting and joining the Gold Coast's Sept 20 rally and march for the Global #ClimateStrike. 

At this inaugural meeting, you can learn about the solutions available to us, find out just how much more empowered we are together and help decide what actions we can take as a group to bring about change. Future meeting timeslots are open to discussion.

This is a positive, solutions-focussed group open to all ages. We are open to discussing the facts about the climate crisis but do not have time to accommodate deniers or doomsdayers. Let's focus on the solutions and our collective actions!

The venue is undercover but open air. It's a child-friendly space for kids to run off around the garden. We’ll have paints & paper for the kids. Some light snacks will be provided; BYO snacks are welcome. You are welcome to wander around the community garden and browse their book swap library.

This event is co-hosted by Australian Parents For Climate Action - Gold Coast Group and Peachey Community Garden. Australian Parents For Climate Action is a volunteer community-led non-partisan group.

September 07, 2019 at 10:00am - 11:30am
Peachey Community Garden
McCreadie St
Ormeau, QLD
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Marie Carvolth ·

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