Spreading of Seed: Climate action among young Aboriginals

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Seed is Australia’s first Indigenous youth climate network and is part of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition which has 120,000 members.

The youth is shaking the tree! In the 82nd Sustainable Hour on 22 July 2015 on 94.7 The Pulse, we interview Corina Richie and Paul Gorrie from Seed and Maxwell Smith from the Australian Youth Climate Coalition who are organising a training camp in the last week of July in Anglesea.

We also bring a fresh Sustainability News Bulletin by The Sustainable Hour’s youth reporter Jack Nyhof.


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Corina
Corina Richie

Indigenous Youth Declaration for Climate Justice

“Climate change is disproportionately affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We are experiencing rising sea levels in the Torres Strait, the loss of sacred country, diminishing food and water accessibility.

For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people the injustices go beyond the climate impacts. The fossil fuel industry has been putting stress on our land, our culture and our communities for decades.

Our vision is for a just and sustainable future with strong cultures and communities, powered by renewable energy. Our vision and the fossil fuel industry cannot co-exist.”

» Sign the declaration

Paul
Paul Gorrie




Seed: Australia’s first Indigenous Youth Climate Network

Published on Youtube on 20 August 2014.


Indigenous Youth call for Climate Justice!

Published on Youtube on 20 October 2014.

AYCC and Seed training camp

AYCC and Seed run a Vic state training camp in Anglesea from Friday 31 July to Sunday 2 August 2015.

It’s going to be a great weekend with over 60 fun young people from Geelong, Surf Coast and around Victoria. There will be a variety of workshops and trainings offered, a couple of inspirational speakers, delicious vegetarian food, and time to relax and get to know other participants from our region.

Workshops will cover skills such as: how to organise in your local community, telling your personal narrative, theories of change, having conversations, leadership and group management, as well as campaign planning and project management.

The training will take place at a scout camp in Anglesea. All meals will be provided.

Ticket prices are on a sliding scale, from scholarship, to $50 student for the weekend, $75 for non-concession, or a $25 day pass for Saturday or Sunday.

» More information on AYCC and Seed:
www.aycc.org.au

» AYCC on Facebook:
www.facebook.com/ayccvic

» Seed on Facebook:
www.facebook.com/seedmob.org.au



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Sustainability News Bulletin

By Jack Nyhof

Sea Levels may be rising faster than we thought warns climate scientists
A study by 17 climate scientists, including the well-known James Hansen suggests that sea levels are set to continue to rise. Freshwater from land-based ice sheets are melting into our oceans with the report discovering that this is introducing feedback that is speeding the melting of more ice shelves. The process then continues, forming a loop, getting worse each time. The study is set to be published in the ‘Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics’ this week.
» www.thinkprogress.org

The world’s power-generating capacity mix is set to change for the better
A team of economists have predicted that the world’s power-generating capacity is set to take a more renewable direction by 2040. Today’s system is composed of two-thirds fossil fuels and this is set to change as the world shifts to a system where 60% of all energy sources will admit zero-emissions.
www.bloomberg.com

Media frenzy over false claims of a ‘Mini Ice Age’
The world’s media went into frenzy last week over claims that we were heading into a mini ice age in the next 15 years, but these claims have been proven to be false.
The claims originated from mathematics professor Valentina Zharkova as she predicted a sharp decline in sunspot activity from 2030.
www.abc.net.au

Marshall Islands’ make pledge of Zero Emissions by 2050
The Marshall Islands, a remote Pacific island nation, has made a pledge to achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050. The nation has decided to take dramatic steps towards the preservation of the planet, as well as its own land and people. A prime example for countries like Australia, who are behind on the movement for a better, greener, and cleaner future.
www.ecowatch.com

False claims of an oil spill in the waters around the reef
Over the week, reports broke of an oil spill near our threatened Great Barrier Reef off north Queensland as small patches of oil approximately a metre in diameter were reported by water police and an Emergency Management Queensland Helicopter on Friday.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority sent aircraft from Canberra to undertake further investigations. Thankfully finding nothing



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 CANADA: 

Naomi Klein: Stop counting on the politicians



The National: Naomi Klein: This Changes Everything author talks about climate change

Published on youtube.com on 12 September 2014 – two weeks before the People’s Climate March which gathered 400,000 people in the streets of New York and millions of people around the planet.

Naomi Klein discusses her book ‘This Changes Everything’ in which she says it’s time to stop counting on the politicians to save the planet.



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“Marjan Missesma, the woman who took on the Dutch government over climate inaction and won, has a simple message for Australia: the courts might be able to deliver citizens what intransigent politics cannot.”


 EVENT IN MELBOURNE: 

Seminar with brilliant Dutch climate action advocate

How 900 citizens won a climate change court case against their government in Holland with the argument that the government was failing its duty of care for its citizens by ignoring the climate change threat – and what this example from Europe could mean for Australians.

Environmental Justice Australia and Melbourne University Law School Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law, have organised a seminar with Marjan Minnesma, the director of the Urgenda Foundation. Minnesma’s presentation ‘Australia; Leader or Laggard?’ will include information on Dutch organisation Urgenda’s recent landmark climate change case in the Netherlands – as well as on their ambitious goal to make Holland go 100% renewables by 2030.

Urgenda’s climate case forced the Dutch government to adopt more stringent climate policies, requiring them to take more effective climate action to reduce the Netherlands’ share of global emissions. This is the first time a court has ordered a state to take precautions against climate change.

When: Thursday 23 July 2015, 6.00pm – 7.30pm, followed by refreshments
Where: Melbourne University, Parkville, Theatre A in the Elisabeth Murdoch building
There is no charge for this event but registrations are essential

Interview on ABC Lateline
» www.iview.abc.net.au

This is such an inspiring story. It’s only a matter of time before the Australian government and its media allies will be held to account. Her legal victory is garnering interest around the globe, with “a wide variety of people in Australia contacting me for help”, says Marjan Minnesma.

About Marjan Minnesma
Co-founder and director of Urgenda, Marjan Minnesma has been named ‘most influential person in the field of sustainability’ in the Netherlands in three consecutive years, from 2011 to 2013, by the Dutch newspaper Trouw. Marjan has worked in the business and NGO world, as well as for leading Dutch universities, amongst others as the director of the Institute for Transitions at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam.

» Sydney Morning Herald – 17 July 2015:
Dutch climate change campaigner Marjan Minnesma in Australia to explain how she forced her government to lift its climate action targets





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 STUDY: 

Australia tops the world for climate change denial

» The Sydney Morning Herald – 17 July 2015:
www.smh.com.au



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New indigenous transition discourses

Around the world, proponents of various “transition discourses” are ready to influence global debates on sustainable development by fuelling ideals that other worlds and other futures are indeed possible.

The Buen Vivir movement in Latin America, the Ecological Swaraj in India and the Eco-Ubuntu in South Africa are all calling for a significant paradigmatic or civilisational transformation.

“We can criticise all we want the Abbott government’s deplorable push to cut investment in wind and solar energy. But we must also bear the burden of (and act on) our own individual unsustainable energy (and food) consumption, which is among the highest in the world.
Buen Vivir may be taken up in Australia as an interesting perspective in other ways too. First, as a way to engage more deeply and respectfully with Aboriginal communal ways of being. Second, as a way to take part in emergent local movements, urban and rural, pushing to build sustainable non-capitalist alternatives.”
Juan Francisco Salazar, Associate Professor, School of Humanities and Communication Arts at University of Western Sydney


» Read more in www.theconversation.com



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 POLL: 

Unconventional gas industry has no social license

New polling commissioned by The Greens highlights the strong opposition to the unconventional gas industry in metropolitan areas.

Media release by Friends of the Earth Melbourne, 22 July 2015

“Community resistance to this industry is enormous across regional Victoria,” said Friends of the Earth co-ordinator Cam Walker. “More than 60 communities have already declared themselves coal and/or gasfield free.”

“As yet, environmental groups have not worked deeply in metropolitan areas on the issue of unconventional gas. Yet the polling carried out in the seats of Brunswick and Prahran shows there is already a depth of opposition that should make all political parties pay attention.”

When asked Do you support or oppose the development of coal seam gas and fracking in Victoria?, 70% of all respondents said they opposed the industry, while only 17% of voters support an unconventional gas industry.

Significantly, the issue is one that will shift people’s voting intentions. For instance, 75% of South West Coast respondents oppose onshore gas drilling, including 68% of LNP voters.

“As the state inquiry into the unconventional gas industry continues public hearings today, the message for all parties is clear: this industry has no social license to operate in the areas where drilling would occur. And there is strong opposition in metro communities.”

“The Inquiry offers our state the best chance it will ever have to stop this destructive industry. Given the known contamination dangers associated with this industry, the negative impacts it will have on current farming and economic activity, and the deep community opposition, the only logical outcome of the inquiry must be a permanent ban on unconventional gas drilling and fracking”.



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 EVENT IN COLAC: 

‘Merchants of Doubt’ movie screening in Colac

You are invited to a movie screening and LOCK THE GATE fundraiser on Friday 14 August 2015 at 6:30pm in Colac Cinema, COPAC, Corner Rae and Gellibrand Streets, Colac, for the screening of a powerful new documentary by Robert Kenner, the director of ‘Food Inc.’, titled ‘Merchants of Doubt’

“Why are climate change deniers so effective?”

“Corporate interest vs. public interests”

“Experts” for hire

“Health for sale”

» See the trailer on youtube.com

» Read more about the book behind the film: www.merchantsofdoubt.org

Tickets $15 adults and $10 over 16 years (RATED M – LANGUAGE AND ADULT THEMES)

Tickets available online: www.trybooking.com or buy from your local Lock the Gate group co-­ordinator



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 MORE INFORMATION: 

Quotes, excerpts and links

…in relation to the 82nd Sustainable Hour


 EVENTS IN MELBOURNE: 

Stand up for renewables!

Show the the Australian Labor Party that Australia is ready for leadership on clean renewable power.

1) Gathering outside the Federal ALP Conference at 8:30am on Saturday.

“We will be grabbing the attention of the ALP delegates as they go into the conference,” writes Darebin Climate Action Now, who will be joined by members of Climate Action Moreland. Other climate activists are welcome. So far 70 people have signed up to this activity via Facebook.

They will be displaying banners asking ‘Does Labor think coal is good for humanity?’ and will be handing out information about the inadequacy of the 2°C degree target.

» More information on www.facebook.com



2) Gathering outside the Federal ALP Conference at 11:00am on Saturday.

On 25 July 2015, Labor party members, parliamentarians and Unions will come together for ALP National Conference – a meeting that only happens once every three years.

Up for debate is the future of clean energy and climate acton – and July could be the last time it’s discussed by Labor before the federal election. Labor has a chance to do something productive at this conference, but it will take leadership and vision that the party has so far failed to demonstrate.

The world is moving ahead to respond to climate change. The ALP must step up to provide the necessary vision and policy settings to put Australia on a path to a cleaner, fairer economy that tackles the challenge of climate change. The ALP need to commit to cutting pollution by 60-80% and achieving at least 50% clean renewable power by 2030.

Join thousands of voters, clean energy workers and community leaders standing alongside clean energy workers, to call on the ALP to commit to ambitious action this ALP national conference. Bring family, friends and neighbours by inviting them to this event and getting the word out.

So far, 3,500 have signed up to this activity via Facebook.

WHEN: 25 July 2015 at 11am to 12pm
WHERE: Melbourne Convention Centre, 1 Convention Centre Place South Wharf, Melbourne, Victoria 3006, Australia

» More information and directions: www.safejobscleanpower.org



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 ONSHORE GAS MINING: 

It’s cold in my house and the price of gas is going up – what can I do?

Gas may no longer be the most economic way to heat your home.

Eastern Australia’s gas market is rapidly changing, driven by the first exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Queensland. And this is affecting the whole supply chain, from gas producers, to the way we use gas in our homes. Article by Tim Forcey, University of Melbourne

» Read the article on www.theconversation.com

62nd community in Victoria declared ‘gasfield free’
Congratulations to Gormandale, a lovely little farming community in the Latrobe Valley, for becoming the 62nd community in Victoria to be declared gasfield free!

“The media loves a good scary story about a new tax, especially one back from the dead. Yet because we often pay our power bills like mindless zombies, power retailers are hitting our wallet with a cost two and half times bigger than the carbon price.”

Tristan Edis, Climate Spectator, ‘The real zombie tax we need to fix’

» EcoWatch – 18 July 2015:
Here We Go Again: Fracking Industry Mangles More Facts
“A new set of peer-reviewed scientific papers pointing to 50 percent higher than estimated regional methane emissions from oil and gas operations in Texas”



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 AUSTRALIA | POLICY: 

“Australia’s ‘Carnival of Coal’ – can you feel the love?”

Here’s an incisive opinion piece from ‘The Conversation’ on the cynical harnessing and deployment of political power in Australia. We’re usually sceptical when it comes to conspiracy theories, but this op-ed is convincing – and disquieting.

» Read the opinion piece on www.theconversation.com



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" “Politicians need to understand that the [climate] issue is more urgent than previously realized,” said climate scientist James Hansen, known as the “father of global warming.” If warming reaches 2 degrees Celsius, “we will hand young people a climate system in which it is impossible to avoid large sea level rise.” "

Posted by InsideClimate News on Facebook on Saturday, 25 July 2015



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The people’s test on climate

The UN Summit in Paris in December is a critical moment on the road to stabilising global temperature rise. However, when measured against the imperatives of science, the Paris talks look like they will be very far from what is needed by people or the planet.

In the lead-up to the summit, it is crucial that the people of this planet begin to speak in a loud and clear voice about their expectations for governmental leaders.

The People’s Test on Climate 2015 is an initiative which sets out to do exactly that. It brings together a wide range of organisations to demand “a systemic transformation of our societies, our economies, and our world” in order to solve the climate crisis and close the ever-increasing inequality gap.

Among the initiating partners are 350.org, Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth International, Oxfam, and CIDSE, and a range of other organisations which share the concern that our political leaders are not putting us on track in Paris to meet the climate challenge in a sufficient or equitable way.

The People’s Test on Climate is calling for emissions reductions, ultimately resulting in a phasing out of fossil fuel use, and for support for transformation in developing countries, justice for impacted people, and a focus on transformational action. It also recognises that real leadership on climate change is happening at the local and community level, and it is critical to catalyse global action based on people’s demands and solutions.

» Find out more on:
www.peoplestestonclimate.org



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 PLEDGE: 

Put an end date on burning fossil fuels for electricity

ClimateWarrior.org has started a Climate Change Self Defense campaign, asking everyone to pledge to support an end date of 2025 for power generated from fossil fuels.

Pledge to support an end date of 2025 for power generated from fossil fuels! Can you do this by 31 December 2015?

» Read more and sign the pledge on www.climatewarrior.org



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 PETITION: 

‘Victoria wants strong pollution targets!’

Sign Environment Victoria’s petition to the Federal Coalition MPs

» Read more and sign on www.environmentvictoria.good.do



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 OPEN LETTER: 

Let’s back Queensland not coal companies

See the video, and if you agree, then add your name to the open letter from Australia Institute:

» Read more and sign on www.theausinstitute.nationbuilder.com



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 EVENT IN MELBOURNE  |  GLOBAL EVENT: 

A new People’s Climate March coming up in November

All Victorian climate action groups and activists are invited to endorse or become partners in The People’s Climate March on 27-29 November 2015.

You are invited to be a part of a broad and diverse coalition organising People’s Climate Marches (rallies) around Australia on the weekend of 27-29 November 2015, just before world leaders gather at the UN climate talks in Paris.

Over that weekend, People’s Climate Marches will take place in hundreds of major cities around the world, with the goal of creating the largest mobilisation the world has ever seen. In Australia, we want to show just how diverse, beautiful and resilient our movement is.

A national organising committee is already up and running and the Victorian state organising committee will meet next Thursday, including two “grassroots” representatives – Ben Courtice and David Spratt – who have been appointed by the Victorian Climate Action Network.

The campaign will have a national website, common key messages and resources, and lead up events to help build public engagement and strengthen our organising capacity. A wide range of larger, national NGOs have already signed up to be partners, but to be really successful the marches need to the support, participation and energy of grassroots organisations.

Can your organisation endorse/support/become a partner for the People’s Climate March?
If so, contact David Spratt on 0417070099.

David Spratt is VCAN’s representative in the Victorian State Organising Committee for People Climate March 2015. He is also a member of the National Organising Committee for People Climate March 2015, and of Climate Action Moreland.

“Let’s begin with the startling part. People of 2015: you are going to have to figure out what it means to be a human being on earth at a time when every living system is declining, and the rate of decline is accelerating. Kind of a mind-boggling situation … but not one peer-reviewed paper published in the last thirty years can refute that statement.

Basically, civilisation needs a new operating system, you are the programmers, and we need it within a few decades.
This planet came with a set of instructions, but we seem to have misplaced them. Important rules like don’t poison the water, soil, or air, don’t let the earth get overcrowded, and don’t touch the thermostat have been broken.”
Paul Hawken



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 ARCHITECTURE: 

Green buildings better for your health

Research worldwide shows that environmentally-friendly buildings are much better for the health of the people who live and work in them, as well as for the Earth.

» www.climatenewsnetwork.net



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“When cities emit 70 percent of the world’s CO2, clearly, we do have game-changing tools,”
Stian Berger Røsland, Mayor of Oslo, Norway’s capital


 EVENT IN ITALY: 

60 mayors ready to take action

Mayors and governors from around the world are visiting the Vatican in Rome this week for a summit on climate change hosted by Pope Francis.

When the American Govenor Jerry Brown visits the Vatican this week for an international conference, ‘Modern Slavery and Climate Change’, he’ll be carrying a resolution from state lawmakers supporting Pope Francis’ recent encyclical on climate change.

About 60 mayors from every corner of the globe, from big cities like Mexico City and New York, and small cities like Soroti, Uganda, with a population of about 40,000, are attending the summit on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Mayors are also coming from New York, Oslo, Stockholm, Paris, Berlin, Vancouver, Rome, Florence, Naples, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Bogota, Madrid, Algiers, Tehran, Kochi and Kingston in Jamaica. They’re traveling from Nigeria, Gabon, South Africa, Botswana, Senegal and Mozambique.

Read more:

» Los Angeles Times / Associated Press:
Passage of California climate change bill could set global example

» www.news.va

» www.nytimes.com

» www.ecowatch.com



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