Climate in the pub:

Meetups

Climate in the Pub: Meetups provide a regular opportunity to meet others 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.

Next meetup: at the Merton Hotel, Victoria Road, Rozelle

Now on Zoom - please register to get the Zoom login

Wed 14 July 2021 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

We've been progressing on a few topics,. We will get a brief update on each one, then discuss what to do about each of them next. The topics include:

  • Federal election strategy. Our working group will report on their ideas and discoveries. You might like to join in

  • StopAdani update. Adani claims to have dug up their first lump of coal. But investors and insurers are abandoning the company in droves. What has CCBR being doing to encourage them?

  • Zombie PELS (what are they??). (hint: Petroleum Exploration Licences). But Zombies?

  • Narrabri gas campaigns. We don't need to wreck the northwest of NSW to extract gas. What is the current situation?

  • Maybe more!

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

At a previous Meetup . . .

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 in the Pub: Meetups are an informal welcome to new people, a chance for existing supporters to get to know others, and for everyone to contribute ideas. Meetings are at least on the second Wednesday of every odd-numbered month (i.e January, March etc etc) from 6.30pm - currently at the Merton Hotel in Rozelle. There are more meetings as plans develop: watch your CCBR newsletters for the latest updates. Not on the newsletter list?

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.