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350.org Australia aims to rapidly end fossil fuels by building a global climate movement.

The number 350 means climate safety: to preserve a liveable planet, scientists tell us we must reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current level of 400 parts per million to below 350 ppm.

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Here’s the plan to take back our democracy from the polluters

For too long, the Minerals Council and other industry lobby groups have held politicians hostage so they could continue to hoard wealth and profit from climate breakdown The Minerals Council is funded by member companies who collectively pay millions in membership fees to fund its work. To do that, there’s three parts to the campaign: 1. 

Visiting the fire devastated NSW south coast: Why climate advocacy groups also need our support

Returning to the hamlet of Bendalong on the NSW south coast last weekend, only one month after fire ripped through the region, was devastating. The 13km deathly quiet drive through the Conjola National Park from the Princes Highway was like driving through a climate change Armageddon. Virtually everything is gone. The charred landscape is spiked with burnt matchstick trees and the once lush green undergrowth is nothing more than ash.

Local MP’s plea ignored by Morrison and Berejiklian

Local MP and senior NSW minister Andrew Constance has asked for no big P politics while the South Coast continues to battle devastating bushfires. Ignoring his plea, the NSW government has just made a deal with Prime Minister Scott Morrison to make climate change worse. The two governments plan to subsidise gas generation of electricity and open a huge new gas fracking field in Narrabri in north western NSW, while pretending this will bring down emissions.

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Administration and Support Services Coordinator  Job Title: Administration and supporter services coordinator Location: Sydney preferable but negotiable Salary: 65,000 per annum (pro rata) excluding superannuation Hours: 3 days / week (0.6 FTE, 22.8 hours per week)  Contract period: This is a 12 month contract position with a 3 month probationary period Reporting: The position reports to the CEO   About 350.org Australia 350.org Australia is building a grassroots movement to stand up to the fossil fuel industry, and support a just transition from coal, oil and gas to a renewable-energy future for all.

A win for the people of the Torres Strait Islands

350 Australia would like to congratulate the people of the Torres Strait Islands for securing a government commitment to provide $25 million for sea walls and other climate adaptation needs. This comes after years of advocacy, with the impacts of the climate crisis already being felt in the region, which is home to some of the most at-risk islands on Earth.

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