National “Yes” Day For a Price on Carbon Pollution, Sunday, June 5 …

Today’s report from the Climate Commission has a clear message for

“The atmosphere is warming, the ocean is warming, ice is being lost
from glaciers and ice caps, and sea levels are rising.”

Sunday 5 June is our day to say ‘Yes!’ to climate action and a strong
price on pollution.

We are in a very important time in history – the evidence of human-
induced climate change is stronger than ever – and we have a critical
opportunity to say ‘YES!’ to action on climate change and clean
renewable energy investment.

Right now, the Federal Government, the Greens and the Independents are
making choices for our future. They can set an ambitious carbon price
and create strong investments in clean energy. Or, they can cave into
the big polluters, who are lobbying hard to make sure money stays in
their pockets.
Will the government stand up and put a strong price on pollution? You,
your friends, workmates and family can make the difference.
The Nature Conservation Council of NSW invites you to join us on
Sunday 5 June to say ‘Yes’ to a price on pollution. This is one of
many massive rallies taking place across the country on World
Environment Day.

Where: Prince Alfred Park, Sydney CBD
When: 11 AM, Sunday 5 June
RSVP: Click here

Get set for a big, bright, fun and family-friendly day, with bands,
great speakers and even face-painting for the kids! You will be one of
thousands across Australia making the time to stand up and demonstrate
support for a carbon price and a clean energy future for Australia.

On June 5, we can make sure our voices are heard – right at the time
when our government needs to hear our support the loudest.

Hope to see you there,

Pepe Clarke
CEO, Nature Conservation Council of NSW


I am a concerned world citizen who wishes a sustainable existence for all life forms on our wonderful planet. I also compose and play music:, promote the Sustainability Street Approach, Transition and Permaculture principles as well as a progressive Australia exemplified by GetUp!:
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