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School Strike For Climate #schoolstrike4climate
— September 25, 2019
Thousands of school students across Australia joined the climate protests on September 20, 2019, as part of the Global Climate Strike. #globalclimatestrike #schoolstrike4climate
Global Development Matters
— March 16, 2008
We all share the same world and the same dreams, but our realities are very different: a billion people live on less than a dollar a day. Rich world policies affect us all. We can transform others’ lives and our world—everyone benefits from global development. The upcoming election is your chance to tell our leaders that global development matters to all of us.
School Strike 4 Climate #GlobalClimateStrike
— October 01, 2019
The School Strike 4 Climate protest on September 20, 2019 was a huge day for more than 300,000 Australians around the country. #schoolstrike4climate
Count Down to the End of Coal - Tome Fromme
— July 24, 2008
The human clock counts down to the end of coal at Climate Camp Australia 2008 in Newcastle. This clip contains footage from a helicopter flying over beautiful Newcastle beaches, the busy harbour and coal terminals, mountains of black coal and finally an inspiring community protest at Climate Camp in a football oval, just over from the Carrington coal loaders.
Earth Hour 2010 Melbourne
— April 09, 2010
On Saturday 27 March 2010, couple hours before the Earth Hour, people of Melbourne got together in Federation Square for the screening of "Home", a documentary by Yann Arthus-Bertrand featuring unique footage from over 50 countries, seen from the air. Then at 8.30 pm, we watched the Melbourne City skyline go "lights off" for an hour. Other entertainment for the night was provided by Hissy Loco on ukulele and fire twirling by Concentrate.
2010 Australian Federal Election Wrap Up
— September 10, 2010
Australia takes its first step out of the pollution politics quagmire. The Climate Institute's CEO, John Connor, welcomes the emphasis on clean energy and climate change by the independents. Filmed at The Climate Institute's Sydney office on Tuesday, 7 September 2010.
Climate Change Rally, Melbourne, 7 August 2010
— August 16, 2010
I took my camera to a rally on the steps of Parliament. The rally was supported by the Climate Emergency Network and Beyond Zero Emissions. Also by the Melbourne University Climate Action Working Group. Adam Bandt (Greens candidate for the marginal Labor/Greens seat of Melbourne spoke.)
Climate Hero 2050
Javier Delgado Esteban
— January 10, 2008
Climate Hero retires to live a quiet life in the countryside, but there is one more mission...
— September 21, 2007
Australia is on the verge of the largest expansion on its nuclear industry. Booting John Howard and the Liberal government out of office might not in itself be enough to stop all of it, but it would be a good start.
Why is Nuclear so Sick
— November 01, 2007
Cool song. Cool clip. A music video for the band 77. Why the nuclear industry is not necessary in Australia... or the rest of the world.
Climate Elephant Crusade
— August 20, 2010
The Climate Elephant is part of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition's election campaign. He has a simple message: you can’t ignore the elephant in the room — the lack of action on climate change. http://www.aycc.org.au/powervote/climate-elephant/
Earth Hour Action - Hazelwood Power Station - March 2009
— March 29, 2009
"Switch off Coal and Switch on Renewables" is the very clear message being sent to State and Federal Governments this Earth Hour by community climate activists who have occupied Hazelwood Power Station in Victoria's Latrobe Valley today.
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