Climate in the pub:


Climate in the Pub Meetups provide a regular opportunity to meet others in Inner West Sydney who share your concern for the climate, find out what's happening to promote change and see how you can help take action on the climate crisis.

Our next meeting is due on Wednesday 13th July at the Merton Hotel, 38 Victoria Rd, Rozelle.

A month after the hectic activities running up to the election, it’s time to regroup and embark on new activities. At this meeting we will be exploring priorities for CCBR: what are we concerned about, what can we organise. It’s up to you - our members and supporters - to decide, and hopefully we’ll be able to form working groups to focus on some of these topic areas.

  • A campaign to stop the approval of new thermal coal mines in NSW

  • Lobbying for a roadmap to leave methane (natural gas) behind in NSW

  • Local actions to promote and support the uptake of electric vehicles

  • Call to find ways to make solar, battery storage, and heat pumps affordable and accessible for everyone, including renters, social-housing tenants and apartment dwellers

  • A project to encourage individuals to switch to greener electricity providers

  • Your other ideas!

If you are interested in any of these ideas and would like to be a little more involved in CCBR’s activities, make a note in your diary and come along on Wed 13 July

Come from 6.30 for a friendly drink. The meeting will begin at 7pm, and you are welcome to join others for a reasonably priced meal at the completion of the meeting about 8.15.

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Meanwhile, don't miss our Climate in the Pub - Speakers, on the second Tuesday of even months.

Some previous Meetups . . .

At a recent Meetup we watched and discussed this extraordinary - and shocking - video by Michael West and Greenpeace on the hand-in-glove connections between the fossil fuel industry and Australian governments

Climate Change Balmain-Rozelle is the group behind Climate in the Pub, a regular gathering to hear excellent speakers in a social setting. But we do much more to promote action on climate change at local, state and national level. In 2018, we won Most Outstanding Environment Group in NSW, an award presented by the Nature Conservation Council. Climate MeetUps are open to all from the inner west and beyond.