Find a spokesperson

Agriculture

Australia's agricultural sector is one of the most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.

Our farmers are can explain how their farms, cattle or the food they produce are being impacted.

Health

There are serious health implications for us all if Australia fails to take decisive action to reduce climate damage.

Doctors, nurses, paramedics and other health professionals are already caring for people who are struggling to cope with rising temperatures, and know how important clean air, water and food is to our well being.

Renewable Energy

The transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy is already under way creating exciting new jobs, industries and technologies.

Many Australians are already benefiting from the change including workers in the solar industry and companies pioneering the way in wind. There are also inventive individuals and communities going "off the grid" who want to share their stories.

Spokespeople (33)

Andrew Bray

Australian Wind Alliance, National Co-ordinator New South Wales

Darin Sullivan

FIREFIGHTER, PRESIDENT OF THE FIRE BRIGADE EMPLOYEES’ UNION New South Wales

Dean McNulty

Urban Firefighter, Founding Director of the Australian Firefighters Climate Alliance Queensland

Ella Maesepp

Landcare officer, farmer's wife and sustainable living role model Katanning, WA

Nicky Ison

Community Power Agency, Founding Director New South Wales

Stan Wisniewski

Retired urologist, and Doctors for the Environment member Perth, Western Australia

Tom Quinn

Executive Director, Future Business Council Melbourne

Josh Gilbert

Young farmer, climate advocate and entrepreneur Canberra, ACT