Climate in the pub - and more

OUR NEXT MEETING

NEXT MEETUP:  WED 17 JULY

(note changed date)

at the Merton Hotel, Victoria Road Rozelle, from 6.30pm for a 7pm start

A chance to hear about two important issues, and discuss them with other CCBR supporters.

Several CCBR members joined Lock The Gate’s  Hunter Valley Bus Tour in June: they will report (with photographs - they promise) on 

Meeting with local farmers and campaigners, and hearing how mining impacts their communities

Seeing monster mines like Mt Pleasant (Muswellbrook) and HVO (Singleton)

Hearing about alternative futures for the communities of the Hunter Valley. 


CCBR committee member Janet Burstall will report on NSW Climate Minister Penny Sharpe’s presentation to LEAN about significance of the NSW Climate Change Net Zero Future Act

The Act legislates NSW's targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 50% by 2030, 70% by 2035, to achieve net zero GHG emissions by 2050, and allows regulations to prescribe interim GHG emissions targets.

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.  

Watch your CCBR newsletters or check our calendar  for the latest updates. 
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Read about our recent meetings

Climate Change Balmain-Rozelle is famous for its bi-monthly event:  Climate in the Pub, We invite speakers on a wide range of subjects to give a short talk followed by a Q&A ssession. 

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. Or we may have a quiz or another fun event.

Also, don't miss our film nights held jointly with the Meet the Director program at the Darling Street Anglican Church, 668 Darling Street, Rozelle.  

Except for film nights we generally meet at the Merton Hotel, 38 Victoria Rd, Rozelle. 

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. 

Watch your CCBR newsletters or check our calendar  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 CouncilAll our meetings are open to all from the inner west and beyond.